Climate change and the environment look set to light up Frankfurt

Climate change and the environment look set to light up Frankfurt

Editors and agents are reporting huge interest around climate change and environmental issues, as well as data and artificial intelligence (AI), ahead of the Frankfurt Book Fair. On the commercial fiction side, heavy-hitting agents Madeleine Milburn and Juliet Mushens have secured major auctions for débuts along with agent newbie Eleanor Birne.

Almost all the agents and editors who spoke to The Bookseller mentioned the environment as a major theme with serious non-fiction still making waves. Bodley Head publishing director Stuart Williams said: "The most obvious thread running through sub...

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