Cape unveils string of initiatives for imprint's centenary

Cape unveils string of initiatives for imprint's centenary

Jonathan Cape is celebrating its centenary this year with initiatives including a deep dive into Ian McEwan's Atonement and podcasts with Salman Rushdie, Julian Barnes and Ottessa Moshfegh.

The imprint, part of Penguin Random House, was set up in 1921 by Herbert Jonathan Cape and, 100 years on, has a carefully curated list spanning commercial and literary fiction, graphic novels, award-winning poetry and non-fiction ranging across memoir, nature writing and ideas books.

Cape said its centenary campaign aims to celebrate this heritage, its current list and future publishing, alongside its ...

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