Octopus relaunches Gaia imprint with new direction

Octopus relaunches Gaia imprint with new direction

Octopus Publishing Group will relaunch its Gaia imprint with a new direction and focus more than 40 years after it was first founded.  

The relaunch follows the recent announcement of a restructure of Octopus’ publishing divisions which saw Aster, Gaia and Godsfield Press become one publishing division headed by publisher Stephanie Jackson. Newly promoted senior commissioning editor Natalie Bradley will also acquire titles for the list. Last month it was also revealed that Gaia Books will sponsor The Nature Writing Prize with the National Trust for working-class writers.

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