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Finn examines world of ultra running in Guardian Faber acquisition

Guardian Faber has acquired a book about ‘ultra running’, one of the “toughest sports in the world”, by Adharanand Finn. Read more

Walker signs comedy horror MG debut by Jordan Kopy

Walker Books has signed comedy horror middle grade series Theodora Hendrix and the Monstrous League of Monsters by debut author Jordan Kopy. ... Read more

Thomas’ The Performance goes to W&N

W&N has won a five-way auction for The Performance by Australian writer Claire Thomas, which it describes as "the equivalent of a brilliant night at... Read more

PRH launches Ripley's annual with 'butter Boris' stunt

PRH has sculpted a bust of Boris Johnson made from butter to promote Ripley’s Believe It or Not! 2020 Annual.  Read more

Fox the first Hodder buy for Topiwala

Kirty Topiwala, Hodder’s new head of non-fiction, has pre-empted a "revolutionary" book by Oxford psychologist Elaine Fox in a six-figure deal. Read more

Bloomsbury Kids bags diverse series trio

Bloomsbury Children’s has made three acquisitions centred around diversity which will "up-end the content stereotypes of series for young readers". Read more

HarperCollins strikes two-book deal with Dawn O'Porter

HarperCollins has struck a new two-book deal with Dawn O'Porter. Read more

Gaia bags veganism guide by Nelson

Octopus imprint Gaia has acquired Yes Ve-gan! by journalist Selene Nelson, who made international headlines when her email exchange with magazine editor William Sitwell on veganism... Read more

Raina's Garam Masala goes to Little, Brown

Little, Brown/Abacus and Virago editorial director Ailah Ahmed has won a "fierce" six-publisher auction for the debut of 27-year-old Rahul Raina. Read more

Greystone and Profile land seaweed tale

Greystone Books and Profile Books will publish Seaweed by poet and artist Miek Zwamborn next year. Read more

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