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Chronicling the past, and the future

As HarperCollins celebrates its 200th anniversary, archivist Dawn Sinclair delves into the HarperCollins archive. Read more

The Olympia way

Assessing the mood of the London Book Fair after just one full day of activity may be difficult, but then judging it at the end... Read more

2015: The shape of things to come

This time last year I wrote that we were just beginning to see the future shape of conglomerate publishing as the merger of Random... Read more

The odd uncouple

Can trade publishers develop consumer brands, and effectively market and sell their content direct? More importantly, can they do this without undermining what is for... Read more

HarperCollins scoops fantasy debut in two book deal

HarperCollins has acquired world English rights to The Black Hawks by David Wragg, a fantasy debut in which a band of mercenaries take on corrupt religious authorities. ... Read more

HQ snaps up 'spine-tingler' debut from Frank

HQ has acquired a ghostly historical debut, Greyswick, and one other novel written by Anita Frank. Read more

PRH, Hachette and HarperCollins sign literacy pledge

More than 74 businesses including Penguin Random House, Hachette, HarperCollins and WHSmith have signed the Vision for Literacy Business Pledge 2019. Read more

HQ scoops Brand's fruity tribute to 'Dirty Dancing'

HQ will publish “a warm, witty, honest, and accessible” account of writer and comedian Katy Brand’s life-long obsession with "Dirty Dancing", I Carried a Watermelon, billed... Read more

Rowley’s The Editor goes to Borough

Borough Press has acquired US author Steven Rowley’s The Editor about a struggling author who sells his novel to Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.... Read more

HarperCollins to press on with second Mallory novel

HarperCollins says it has not changed its plans to publish a second novel by Dan Mallory after he admitted lying about having cancer. Read more

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