Tagged: Bloomsbury

Maas turns hand to adult books for Bloomsbury

YA novelist Sarah J Maas is to write her first series for adults, set to be published by Bloomsbury in late 2019. Read more

Bloomsbury partners with Spotify

Bloomsbury has agreed an "important" content partnership with Spotify, which will see the music streaming service exclusively offer titles from the publisher's 33 1/3 series to listeners.... Read more

Bloomsbury acquires independent I B Tauris

Bloomsbury has acquired independent non-fiction publisher I B Tauris, a specialist in Middle Eastern and political publishing, for £5.8m. Read more

Pan Mac and Bloomsbury triumph at D&AD awards

A number of trade publishers have enjoyed success at the annual D&AD Awards, and will hope to win one of the body’s coveted Pencils at... Read more

Bloomsbury wins 11-way auction for ancient history of the West

Bloomsbury has acquired a book about the ancient history of the West after an 11-way auction. Read more

Conde Nast's Scott-Bayfield to join Bloomsbury board

Penny Scott-Bayfield, current finance director of Conde Nast, will be joining the Bloomsbury board as group finance director. Read more

Netflix adaptation of William Sutcliffe novel in development

A Netflix adaptation of William Sutcliffe’s 2008 novel Whatever Makes You Happy is in development, the author has confirmed. Read more

No time to Idle as Bloomsbury grabs Hands

Bloomsbury publisher Alexis Kirschbaum has snapped up Idle Hands by James Suzman for a "strong" five-figure sum, with Penguin Press securing US rights in a six-figure pre-empt.... Read more

Pringle picks up Polly’s Theatre for Dreamers

Alexandra Pringle, Bloomsbury editor-in-chief, has won UK and Commonwealth rights to Polly Samson’s A Theatre for Dreamers. Read more

Bloomsbury bags six-figure débutant Ramos

Bloomsbury has signed a six-figure deal with an American débutant for a "smart, chilling" novel with echoes of The Handmaid’s Tale.... Read more

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