Jonathan Lee swaps William Heinemann for Granta

Jonathan Lee swaps William Heinemann for Granta

British novelist Jonathan Lee has moved from William Heinemann to Granta for his next two novels following “a closely fought” auction.

Senior commissioning editor Anne Meadows acquired UK and Commonwealth rights to The Great Mistake and an as-yet-untitled novel from Tracy Bohan at the Wylie Agency following the two-publisher tussle. US rights were sold to Diana Tejerina Millera at Knopf in a substantial pre-empt, rights have also been sold to Diogenes Verlag (German) and ‎Big SUR (Italian).

Lee’s previous three novels - High Dive, Joy and Who is Mr Satoshi? - were all published by William...

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