The Supreme Court’s decision today allowing publication of James Rhodes’ shocking but ultimately uplifting memoir (Instrumental, Canongate) is a major boost for freedom of... Read more
Former Indigo Press publishing director Ellah Wakatama Allfrey will join Canongate's London office as editor-at-large later this month, working on fiction.
Canongate will publish BBC Radio 6 presenter Mark Radcliffe’s book Crossroads, discussing pivotal tracks in music and the musicians who performed them.... Read more
Canongate has secured the first book by Northern Irish nature writer and essayist Kerri ní Dochartaigh following a six-way auction.
Canongate will publish Scottish writer Alistair Moffat’s exploration of the tidal island of Lindisfarne, To the Island of Tides.... Read more
Shooting has begun on a Studiocanal and Netflix movie adaptation of Matt Haig’s children’s book A Boy Called Christmas (Canongate).... Read more
Canongate has acquired paperback rights to Will Eaves’ prize-winning novel Murmur (CB Editions) about the last years of Alan Turing.... Read more
Indie publishers and Burley Fisher Bookshop in Hackney, east London have raised £932 for local charity North London Action for the Homeless, with plans for... Read more
Canongate will publish a sequel to Matt Haig’s The Truth Pixie, entitled The Truth Pixie Goes to School, this August.... Read more
Canongate will publish the third humour title by Rob Sears, Choose Your Own Apocalypse with Kim Jong-un & Friends.