Mon, 11/08/2014 - 09:10
Penguin imprint Hamish Hamilton is publishing Ali Smith's Man Booker longlisted How To Be Both (28th August) in a double edition; there will be two versions of the hardback, looking identical on the outside, and buyers will find themselves picking one or the other at random.
The novel is written in two parts of equal...
Wed, 29/01/2014 - 10:40
Hamish Hamilton is to publish a “no-holds-barred account of the NSA surveillance scandal” by former Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald, who worked with NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Publishing director Simon Prosser bought world English language rights excluding the US and Canada for No Place to Hide: Edward...
Fri, 11/10/2013 - 10:20
Hamish Hamilton publisher Simon Prosser has pre-empted UK & Commonwealth rights to War of the Encyclopaedists, a co-authored novel of “disenchanted youth bleeding into sobering adulthood”.
Authors Gavin Kovite and Chris Robinson’s book is said to have “a generational pulse that channels Jennifer Egan...
Wed, 01/08/2012 - 15:43
Hamish Hamilton has signed up a novel from South American writer Daniel Galera, a novelist selected by Granta as one the best young Brazilian novelists.
Simon Prosser at HH and Scott Moyers at the Penguin Press in New York acquired the English language rights to Horse Hands from Laurence Laluyaux...
Thu, 19/04/2012 - 09:10
Penguin has acquired the new novel by Jonathan Safran Foer, called Escape From Children's Hospital, with the story born out of a real event which happened to the author when he was nine.
Hamish Hamilton publishing director Simon Prosser bought British and Commonwealth rights from Arabella Stein on behalf of Nicole Argi in...
Mon, 19/09/2011 - 09:20
Historical author Tracy Chevalier and Hamish Hamilton publishing director Simon Prosser have joined forces to edit a short story collection raising awareness and funds for the Woodland Trust.
Why Willows Weep: Contemporary Tales from the Woods will be published on 19th October priced £12.95 by Indie Books and will...
Thu, 16/09/2010 - 09:21
Hamish Hamilton will publish the final novel by Infinite Jest author David Foster Wallace, which was unfinished when he died in 2008, in April next year.
The Pale King is set in a tax return processing centre in Illinois in the mid-1980s and focused on the attempts of entry-level processors to do their job amid "soul...
Mon, 13/09/2010 - 15:50
Hamish Hamilton publisher Simon Prosser has snapped up a collection of linked short stories by a 79-year-old retired official who served long years on the troubled Pakistan/Afghanistan border.
The Wandering Falcon by Jamil Ahmad is described as "a haunting and unforgettable collection of interlinked stories that gives a...
Mon, 01/02/2010 - 07:01
Penguin imprint Hamish Hamilton will be relaunching JD Salinger's backlist in June with new covers approved by Salinger himself. The rejacketing was planned before the reclusive author died on Wednesday at his home at the age of 91.
Simon Prosser, publishing director of Hamish Hamilton & Penguin, said that the publisher was...
Tue, 24/02/2009 - 08:10
Hamish Hamilton has acquired the rights to a collection of "linked essays" by Booker Prize-winner and political writer Arundhati Roy. Entitled The Dark Side of Democracy, Roy's new book will be published in June this year. Hamish Hamilton said the series of essays "tracks the faultlines that threaten to destroy India...