Tagged: Orion

'Imprints have an important role as trade brands'

The announcement of a new imprint might seem like another corporate PR exercise. Why bother when few - if any - readers buy a book... Read more

Annabel Pitcher on 'Silence is Goldfish'

YA author Annabel Pitcher talks about her new book Silence is Goldfish (Orion, published in October), in which teenage girl Tess has to deal with... Read more

Arzu Tahsin to leave W&N

Arzu Tahsin, publishing director for fiction, is leaving Weidenfeld & Nicolson after almost a decade. Read more

The Lido makes waves with film deal

A debut which made a splash at the London Book Fair this year may be set to make it onto the big screen after the... Read more

Lessons learned from promoting audiobooks: what works?

With the audio market on the rise Miriam Robinson looks at what publishers are doing in the space. Read more

Orion invites crime fans to hotel room at Theakston festival

Orion is launching an exclusive space for events by its crime fiction authors at the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival, called The Incident Room.... Read more

W&N to publish essay collection Goodbye, Europe

Weidenfeld & Nicolson is publishing Goodbye, Europe, a collection of personal essays, anecdotes, short stories and illustrations exploring our relationship with Europe. ... Read more

Barnett’s 'witty' novel on loneliness to Trapeze

Trapeze has acquired David Barnett’s The Lonely Hearts Cinema Club, a novel about loneliness and an unlikely friendship between young and old.... Read more

'Fantasy legend' Gemmell published in audio for first time

Hachette and Orion are publishing the entire works of late fantasy novelist David Gemmell in audio for the first time. Read more

Orion returns to Ancient Greece in two-book deal

Orion has acquired two books by writer and military historian Christian Cameron on Ancient Greece. Read more

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