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The right to the truth

The Supreme Court’s decision today allowing publication of James Rhodes’ shocking but ultimately uplifting memoir (Instrumental, Canongate) is a major boost for freedom of... Read more

Canongate seals 'sweeping' Shetland tale

Canongate has pre-empted a “sweeping” literary novel by Malachy Tallack. Read more

Campaign to watch: Stay With Me by Ayọ̀bámi Adébáyọ ̀

In the first of a regular series, Miriam Robinson takes a look at Canongate's plans for Stay With Me by Ayọ̀bámi Adébáyọ ̀.... Read more

Ayóbámi Adébáyò | 'I wanted to write about a time that really shaped the way Nigeria is today'

A scintillating début novel, inspired in part by the tutelage of compatriot author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, that looks at the evolution of Nigeria across three... Read more

English teacher's novel set to be Canongate's lead debut for 2018

Canongate has pre-empted a "rich and wild" debut novel entitled Sal by English teacher Mick Kitson ahead of London Book Fair. Read more

Former bishop's 'exploration of death' to Canongate

Canongate is to publish The Last Bus, the new non-fiction book by Richard Holloway, the former Bishop of Edinburgh and author of Leaving Alexandria and Looking in the Distance.... Read more

Dan Richards' exploration of wilderness to Canongate

Canongate has acquired a new non-fiction book by Dan Richards called Outpost. Read more

Canongate buys rights to Goldsmiths Prize winner

Canongate has acquired UK and Commonwealth rights to Goldsmiths Prize-winning Solar Bones by Mike McCormack. Read more

'Inspiring' former Canongate chairman Christopher Bland dies

Former Canongate chairman Christoper Bland has died aged 78. Read more

Indies shine through on Stanford Dolman Travel Book of the Year shortlist

Indies are leading the shortlist for the Stanford Dolman Travel Book of the Year, with five of the six books vying for the £5,000 prize hailing from independent presses.... Read more

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