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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

BBC commissions adaptation of Macintyre's SAS history

The BBC has commissioned acclaimed screenwriter Steven Knight to adapt Ben Macintyre’s bestselling book SAS: Rogue Heroes (Viking). ... Read more

Gaiman on board for Gormenghast TV adaptation

Neil Gaiman will executive produce a new television series based on author Mervyn Peake's Gormenghast novels. Read more

Instagram food blogger Forlan signs with Black & White

Black & White Publishing has snapped up Edinburgh-based food and drink reviewer Ailidh Forlan's take on street food.  Read more

Urbane signs memoir from Bafta-winner Geoff Thompson

Urbane has signed a memoir from Bafta-winning screenwriter and martial arts teacher Geoff Thompson. Read more

Shrine Bell snaps up Dyu's children's debut

Vertebrate children’s imprint Shrine Bell has snapped up Lily Dyu’s debut children's book. Read more

W&N scoops two William Blake books ahead of Tate Britain exhibition

Weidenfeld & Nicolson has secured two titles exploring poet William Blake’s psyche and his lasting effect on popular culture, ahead of the Tate Britain’s exhibition... Read more

Picador lands rights to Isabella Tree’s rewilding handbook

Picador has snapped up the UK and Commonwealth rights to Isabella Tree’s practical rewilding guide following the success of Wilding. ... Read more

Trapeze scoops second Whitaker novel

Trapeze has scooped a second novel from journalist Helen Whitaker about a couple who give their marriage one final chance against all odds. Read more

Legend Times signs poetry collections through Central Avenue

Indie publishing group Legend Times has acquired rights to three US poetry collections through a partnership with Canada’s Central Avenue Publishing. Read more

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