Musician Jessie Ware has written a cookbook for Ebury with her mother Lennie Ware, Table Manners, based on their successful podcast of the same name.... Read more
Ebury has appointed Anna Bowen as head of campaigns for its newly formed Self hub, running marketing and publicity across Vermilion and Rider. ... Read more
Ebury imprint Vermilion has clinched the debut of psychologist Dr Pippa Grange, who has been credited with helping to transform the England team in the... Read more
Ebury has won a four-way bidding war to publish journalist Robyn Wilder’s “funny, frank and deeply moving” memoir, Reasons to be Fearful.... Read more
Rider has acquired a rediscovered collection of essays on embracing life by the worldwide bestselling author and psychiatry expert Viktor Frankl.
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