Tagged: Patrick Walsh

'Gloriously epic' novel from Nick Harkaway to William Heinemann

William Heinemann has acquired Gnomon by Nick Harkaway, a "hugely ambitious" novel set in a utopian society, described as "a magical incantation, a warning and a verdict upon the first century of... Read more

Scribe makes trio of acquisitions

Philip Gwyn Jones, editor-at-large at Scribe, has made a trio of acquisitions including a "science book that reads like a novel" about the Italian polymath... Read more

Patrick Walsh goes solo with new agency

Agent Patrick Walsh is to leave the agency he founded – Conville & Walsh – to set up on his own in Soho, taking authors... Read more

Ebury to publish Silicon Valley exposé

Ebury is publishing a "no-holds-barred" insider's account of Silicon Valley by a former employee of Twitter and Facebook. Read more

Pan Mac and Flatiron pre-empt on Ockham's Razor study

Pan Macmillan and Flatiron Books have jointly acquired a "major" new book by Professor Johnjoe McFadden after pre-empting world English rights in Life is Simple:... Read more

Mafia-fighting mothers to HC

HarperCollins has bought world English language rights to The Good Mothers: The True Story of the Women Who Took on the Mafia by award-winning journalist and writer... Read more

The Grid to Random House Business Books

Random House Business Books has acquired The Grid by 32-year-old business guru Matt Watkinson. Read more

Submissions heat up ahead of LBF

The London Book Fair, which runs next month (12th–14th April) is getting “more significant all the time”, with the British event still very much a... Read more

Penguin Press strikes six-figure deal to publish scientist Gaia Vince

Gaia Vince, the first woman to win the Royal Society's Science Book of the Year prize, is moving to Penguin Press from Chatto.... Read more

Psychologist's doctor case studies to William Heinemann

William Heinemann has acquired The Doctor With No Skin and Other Stories by the British psychologist Dr Caroline Elton. ... Read more

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