Harper NonFiction publisher Ed Faulkner is leaving the firm to join Atlantic Books imprint Allen & Unwin UK.
HarperNonFiction has landed Australian stand-up comedian Kitty Flanagan’s bestselling 488 Rules for Life: The Thankless Art of Being Correct.
Piatkus has signed journalist Gabrielle Jackson’s “ground-breaking” polemic on the state of women’s healthcare.
Allen & Unwin will publish the debut novel by Sophie Hardcastle, a research assistant at Oxford University, exploring “the female ill-treatment at the hands of men”.... Read more
Allen & Unwin publisher Kelly Fagan has acquired Australasian rights to 25-year-old Sophie Hardcastle’s Below Deck for a six-figure sum, after a “competitive” auction.... Read more
Allen & Unwin has signed a "vital and extremely funny" memoir by Australian comedian Hannah Gadsby, whose powerful stand-up show "Nanette" has received rapturous acclaim... Read more
Australia has a record turnout at this year’s Bologna Children’s Book Fair after a campaigner lobbied its government to free up funds for independent publishers.... Read more
Bestselling crime author Minette Walters’ return - and defection to historical fiction - gave her comms team a new set of challenges. Miriam Robinson reports.... Read more
An author has accused Australian publisher Allen & Unwin of dropping his book on China's influence on Australia in an act of self-censorship for fear of reprisals from Beijing. ... Read more
Allen & Unwin has signed world rights to the autobiography of England and Worcestershire cricket player Moeen Ali.