Head of Zeus has signed two new historical adventures from brother and sister team Boyd Morrison and Beth Morrison.
David Walliams and Tony Ross' Gangsta Granny Strikes Again! (HarperCollins Children's Books) has swiped the UK Official Top 50 number one spot for a second... Read more
Fairlight Books has acquired Joanna Campbell’s Instructions for the Working Day, a psychological novel set in a village in the former East Germany.... Read more
The London Library is releasing its second anthology featuring work from its Emerging Writers programme.
Bloomsbury Professional has acquired Mental Disorders, Mental Illness and the Family Court, a reference book for non-medical professionals, headed up by semi-retired published Derek Cross.... Read more
Storyhouse Publishing will make a donation to charity for every new title it releases in the UK.
Literary imprint and film production company Cheerio is hosting a free two-day Francis Bacon exhibition featuring a live poetry showcase, alongside a ticketed in conversation event with... Read more
Substack is starting a "concerted push" to bring more UK based writers to the platform, and has appointed Farrah Storr as a new head of partnerships... Read more
Yale University Press will publish a "lavish" edition of Franz Kafka's drawings, including more than 100 newly discovered pieces.
John Murray Press is partnering with Waterstones to host a one-off Facebook Live “fan-led” event with Billy Connolly in December.
An anonymous academic’s memoir about his underground mission to save flowers from extinction, The Orchid Outlaw, has gone in a 24-hour pre-empt to John Murray. ... Read more
Presenter Kate Lawler’s "brave and important" debut about motherhood has been snapped up by Seven Dials.
Nosy Crow has landed a "stunning, vibrant" illustrated gift book of ancient Indian fables, retold by poet Nikita Gill in her debut book for younger children,... Read more
Marcus Rashford's debut fiction title, a middle-grade tale about a school breakfast club based on the Manchester United star's own childhood experiences, has been netted... Read more
Bernardine Evaristo has become the first writer of colour and only the second woman to be named president of the Royal Society of Literature (RSL).... Read more
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Issue No 5952
Friday, November 26 2021
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