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Business history of the Premier League to John Murray

John Murray has acquired a business history of the rise of Premier League football by Wall Street Journal writers Joshua Robinson and Jonathan Clegg.... Read more

YA fantasy inspired by ancient Japan to Gollancz

Gollancz has acquired Empress of All Seasons by Emiko Jean, a debut YA fantasy set in a world inspired by ancient Japan, in which women... Read more

Jo Brand to release 'guide to being female'

John Murray Press has signed a part memoir, part advice manual from comedian Jo Brand to publish this October. Read more

Sphere wins auction to publish Zelda the cat's first book

Sphere is publishing the first book of London rescue cat Curious Zelda, whose startled look has attracted a following of more than 80,000 on Twitter.... Read more

Gaiman, Smith and Ishiguro to feature in British short story anthology

Penguin is publishing a new anthology, The Penguin Book of the Contemporary British Short Story, "a literary treasure trove" of "30 great short stories published in the... Read more

Former manager pens Kurt Cobain biography for Trapeze

Trapeze is publishing a biography of Kurt Cobain by his former manager, Danny Goldberg, coinciding with the 25th anniversary of the Nirvana frontman's death.... Read more

Michael Joseph to publish Sue Perkins' travel memoir

Michael Joseph is publishing a new travel-inspired memoir from Sue Perkins called East of Croydon: blunderings through India and South East Asia.... Read more

Stripes signs debut author Dylan

Stripes Publishing, an imprint of the Little Tiger Group, has bought a novel by debut author Gabriel Dylan for its Red Eye horror list.... Read more

Chicken House to publish Chinese author Chen Jiatong

Chicken House has signed the English language rights to two middle-grade books by Chinese author Chen Jiatong. Read more

'Brilliant and original' history of London to William Collins

William Collins has acquired a "brilliant and original" new history of London by writer and economist Niall Kishtainy. Read more

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