W H Allen is rush-publishing a work of “speculative history” that explores what could happen if US efforts to engage with North Korea fail and... Read more
Picador is set to republish a “savage” exploration of poverty which is vying for the Orwell Prize.
Head of Zeus has signed rights to Man Booker Prize winner Ben Okri's "timely" new novel The Freedom Artist.
Orion has pre-empted an "uplit" debut from Headline non-fiction editor Richard Roper in a "major" six-figure deal within 48 hours of submission.... Read more
Faber has acquired a "powerful" work of non-fiction by Costa Book of the Year winner Nathan Filer.
Independent mental health publisher Trigger has acquired the first book of TV presenter, Simon Thomas, about coping with the death of his wife Gemma. ... Read more
Picador will publish two more novels from The End We Start From author Megan Hunter.
Bloomsbury Publishing has acquired a "sexy, bloody and murderous" historical saga entitled Tsarina by Ellen Alpsten.
Quercus' imprint riverrun has acquired its literary lead for the year, The Dollmaker by Nina Allan, described as a story "about lives lived in the margins, and a love story... Read more
Pushkin Children’s Books has acquired world rights to Bearmouth, a "resoundingly original book", by freelance publishing PR and debut author Liz Hyder.... Read more
Lightning Books has signed the fifth novel of award-winning Australian writer Emily Maguire.
Canadian publisher Greystone Books is to release The Little Book of Cannabis: How Marijuana Can Improve Your Life this November.
HarperNonFiction has pre-empted New York Times journalist Mark Leibovich’s “tour through the corridors of National Football League power”.
Little, Brown is set to publish the first two books in a Caribbean-set thriller series by award-winning novelist and poet Jacob Ross.... Read more
4th Estate is to publish the Bullet Journal creator’s first book featuring a manifesto for "intentional living".
Issue No 5785
Friday, June 22 2018
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