Indies reprint as Man Booker nominations prompt demand surge

Indies reprint as Man Booker nominations prompt demand surge

Independent publishers say being longlisted for the "game-changing" Man Booker Prize has drastically increased demand for their books, and has come at a particularly good time because of Brexit pressures.

Earlier this week it was announced that Oneworld, Saraband and Salt had been longlisted for the prestigious £50,000 prize, alongside fellow indies Granta and Faber.

Publisher of last year’s winner A Brief History of Seven Killings by Marlon James, Oneworld is in the running once again with “biting satire” The Sellout by Paul Beatty which won US prize, the National Book Critics Circle Awa...

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