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Vintage rallies indie bookshops for Atwood's The Testaments

Vintage and Index on Censorship are calling on independent bookshops to coordinate creative publication events for Margaret Atwood’s The Testaments, the much-anticipated sequel to The Handmaid’s... Read more

Atwood to launch Handmaid's Tale sequel with live screening and six-date tour

Margaret Atwood will celebrate the publication of The Handmaid’s Tale sequel, The Testaments (Chatto & Windus), with a live global cinema event in September, followed by a six-date tour... Read more

C&W lands 'utterly captivating' Tremain novel

Vintage imprint Chatto & Windus has snapped up Rose Tremain’s latest novel Islands of Mercy.  Read more

C&W lands Shelley Klein’s 'one of a kind' memoir

Chatto & Windus will publish writer Shelley Klein’s “one of a kind” memoir journeying through her life in the Scottish Borders and returning home to... Read more

Sadie Jones | 'You have to be on both their sides'

The latest novel from Sadie Jones is her first contemporary tale. But the story has deep roots: none more so than the eternal power struggle... Read more

C&W acquires ‘explosive’ feminist memoir

Chatto & Windus has acquired an “explosive” non-fiction book, dubbed part cultural history, part feminist manifesto and part memoir, from The Wylie Agency. Read more

C&W scoops Hewitt’s exploration of female experience

Chatto & Windus has acquired rights to Rachel Hewitt's non-fiction book exploring the female experience.  Read more

Chatto & Windus snaps up Cumming's tale of mother's disappearance

Chatto & Windus will publish Observer art critic Laura Cumming’s “astonishing” memoir uncovering the mystery of her mother’s disappearance as a child, entitled On Chapel... Read more

Heminsley strikes new book deals with Chatto and Sphere

Author, journalist and broadcaster Alexandra Heminsley is publishing a "biography of her body" with Chatto & Windus and two book club novels with Sphere.... Read more

Anappara debut goes in 14 territories

The debut novel from Deepa Anappara, which sparked a flurry of excitement over Frankfurt Book Fair (FBF), has now secured 14 international territories. Read more

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