Tagged: Clare Conville

Publishing at warp-speed

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

Bloomsbury to publish William Hill winner Jamie Reid

Bloomsbury is to publish a new book from William Hill Sports Book of the Year winner Jamie Reid in spring 2018. Read more

Journalist Barr’s début novel to Bloomsbury

Bloomsbury has acquired a début novel by journalist Damian Barr, entitled You Will Be Safe Here, to be published in spring 2018.... Read more

Peter Dunne letters to Trapeze

New Orion imprint Trapeze is publishing The Fifty Things by Peter Dunne, a book of letters exploring the "social mores and morality of our time" in... Read more

New Sissay collection to Canongate

Canongate is to publish a poetry collection from Lemn Sissay, “one of the nation’s best-loved voices”. Read more

Curtis Brown completes Conville & Walsh buy

Curtis Brown has acquired 100% of Conville and Walsh. The two literary agencies joined forces in 2013, with Curtis Brown then acquiring a ... Read more

Faber buys 'lost' horror from William Gay

Faber and Faber will publish a "lost" horror novel by the late American writer William Gay. Editorial director Angus Cargill bought the UK rights from... Read more

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