Ebury has acquired environmental influencer Madeleine Olivia’s debut on “making sustainable living attainable”.
Ebury imprint W H Allen is to publish The Basic Laws of Stupidity by the late Italian economist Carlo M Cipolla for the first time in the... Read more
WH Allen is to publish the first book in English by Joshua Wong, the Hong Kong pro-democracy activist who led the Umbrella Revolution.
Penguin Random House UK has launched a new business, Penguin Connect, connecting companies and authors to “inspire personal and professional growth” through bespoke events such as... Read more
Ebury will publish the memoir of Holocaust survivor and concentration camp librarian Dita Kraus, who inspired the novel The Librarian of Auschwitz (Ebury).... Read more
Vermilion is launching a its own Life Essentials series in August starting with revamps of five bestsellers featuring "original thinking and life-changing ideas" including How to... Read more
Ebury has launched an independent external review of Pedro Baños’ How They Rule the World, as the PRH imprint comes under mounting pressure to withdraw the book... Read more
Ebury says Spanish colonel Pedro Baños’ book on global power does not contain anti-Semitic views or any legal concerns, following a review after allegations of anti-Semitism from... Read more
Ebury is overhauling its publicity and marketing strategy and will hire a new creative and communications director as it reveals plans to create publishing hubs... Read more
Ebury has acquired four new titles from Pam Ayres as part of a major deal, with early material showing the poet to be “absolutely at... Read more