Tagged: Clare Conville

Publishing at warp-speed

First-time author Peter Dunne on the speed of the publishing industry. Read more

MCB scoops new poetry anthology from bestseller Esiri

Macmillan Children’s Books has landed a new poetry anthology from bestselling curator and writer Allie Esiri. Read more

Fourth Estate picks up Goddard's 'exquisite' Hourglass

Fourth Estate has picked up Hourglass, the “exquisite” debut novel from Keiran Goddard. Read more

Torday returns to The Last Wild series with Hachette Children's

Piers Torday will revisit The Last Wild series with prequel The Wild Before, to be published by Hachette Children's Group in March 2021. ... Read more

Profile and Wellcome sign Unsworth's postnatal depression memoir

Profile Books and the Wellcome Collection have signed the “searingly honest” memoir by Emma Jane Unsworth about postnatal depression. Read more

Dolly Alderton's first novel goes to Fig Tree

Fig Tree will publish journalist and author Dolly Alderton’s debut novel, Ghosts, about a food writer with a dedicated online following whose personal life is... Read more

Armstrong and Lambert join directors in C&W revamp

A revamped structure at C&W sees Sue Armstrong and Sophie Lambert appointed as directors, joining Clare Conville and Jake Smith-Bosanquet, to future-proof the agency against "the thrilling challenges ahead".... Read more

'Unflinching' Deborah Orr memoir to W&N

Weidenfeld & Nicolson has pre-empted a "sharp" and "unflinching" memoir by journalist Deborah Orr, exploring her relationship with her mother that resulted in a diagnosis of Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.... Read more

Haig to pen Reasons to Stay Alive 'sequel'

Canongate is to publish two new books by Matt Haig: a "sequel of sorts" to bestselling Reasons To Stay Alive and a second adult novel.... Read more

Hodder Children’s signs Ruffles debut

Hodder Children’s Books, an imprint of the Hachette Children’s Group, has signed the debut novel by Faber Academy graduate Lydia Ruffles. Read more

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