Indie publishers and Burley Fisher Bookshop in Hackney, east London have raised £932 for local charity North London Action for the Homeless, with plans for... Read more
Consultant neurologist Dr Jules Montague explores “something rotten at the heart of western medicine” in her new book, The Diagnosis Cure, won by Granta at auction.... Read more
Granta has launched a spoof online ‘Mental Archery’ campaign to promote the fictional mindfulness movement created by American author Sam Lipsyte in his forthcoming novel, Hark.... Read more
Granta Books has acquired UK and Commonwealth rights in Earthlings, a new novel by Sayaka Murata, author of Convenience Store Woman.... Read more
It was a mixed bag for the 16 members of the Independent Alliance, with its biggest member bagging the Man Booker and others enjoying big-screen... Read more
Granta is “downing tools” for the afternoon on Monday for an “Inactivity Afternoon" to celebrate publication of Not Working: Why We Have to Stop by psychoanalyst Josh Cohen.... Read more
Granta Books will publish “a powerful antidote to our atomised world” from author and academic Will Buckingham, Hello Stranger.
The Mo Siewcharran Fund has dealt out its first grants since it was founded, rewarding two publishing houses - Faber & Faber and Granta Books - with £5,000 each to... Read more
Books from Granta, Hodder & Stoughton and Pan Macmillan have been unveiled as Foyles’ Books of the Year, with Convenience Store Woman by Japanese author... Read more
In this week's pictures round-up, The Indigo Press celebrates its first birthday while Geronimo Stilton visits the Sweet Cherry Publishing team.