Tagged: Canongate

The right to the truth

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

Canongate bags 'haunting' debut from Aitken in two-book deal

Canongate has bagged the "haunting" debut novel by editor and ghostwriter Molly Aitken in a two-book deal. Read more

Canongate buys two more of Parks' Harry McCoy

Canongate will publish the next two books in Alan Parks’ Glasgow-set Harry McCoy crime series, likened by the publisher to a "Celtic Sopranos".... Read more

Two Brothers finds reason in Haig's memoir

The producers of “Fleabag” are reportedly developing a TV show based on Matt Haig’s memoir Reasons To Stay Alive (Canongate).... Read more

Rewriting the Canon: Bickmore basks in success of indie’s brand new approach

Canongate’s publishing director, who joined the list in 2000 after a stint on work experience, explains how the cross-country indie’s brand building has resulted in... Read more

Canongate signs Alagiah's 'exhilarating' debut novel

Canongate has acquired the debut novel by BBC News newsreader George Alagiah, The Burning Land. Read more

Canongate to publish 'no-holds-barred dark comedy' by Scarlett Thomas

Canongate has acquired the new adult novel from Scarlett Thomas, Oligarchy, billed as “The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie for the digital age”.... Read more

Canongate takes on designer Yousefzada's memoir

Canongate will publish designer Osman Yousefzada’s memoir The Go-Between, about growing up in a tight-knit Pashtun community in Birmingham and discovering design.... Read more

Review of 2018: Independent Alliance

It was a mixed bag for the 16 members of the Independent Alliance, with its biggest member bagging the Man Booker and others enjoying big-screen... Read more

Finch swaps Bloomsbury for Canongate

Bloomsbury’s Lisa Finch will join Canongate in February to cover Steph Scott’s maternity leave. Read more

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