Tagged: Jonathan Cape

Shahidha Bari | 'Fashion is one of the most polluting industries in the world'

Shahidha Bari’s rumination on the function of clothing, as well as its depiction in art through the centuries, is a sprawling and illuminating read.... Read more

Isabella Hammad | 'I think it’s best to take the hype with a pinch of salt'

A sprawling first novel by Isabella Hammad, set in Palestine and Paris in the early 20th century, feels both contemporary and classic—and its roots are... Read more

Cape to publish Don Quixote-inspired novel from Rushdie

Jonathan Cape will publish Salman Rushdie’s new Don Quixote-inspired novel, Quichotte, in August. Read more

Franklin: 'I wouldn't publish Lolita today'

Jonathan Cape's Dan Franklin has said he wouldn't be able to publish Vladimir Nabokov's controversial classic Lolita - about a man's obsession with a 12-year-old... Read more

Cape to publish The Handmaid’s Tale graphic novel

Vintage imprint Jonathan Cape will publish the graphic novel adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale later this month. ... Read more

Cape wins 'heated' five-way auction for biologist Raihani’s debut

Jonathan Cape has triumphed in a five-way auction for award-winning evolutionary biologist Nichola Raihani’s debut Together: How Cooperation Shaped Humankind.... Read more

Cape unveils Briggs' long-awaited collection Time for Lights Out

Jonathan Cape will publish Raymond Briggs' long-awaited Time for Lights Out in November, 13 years after the illustrator and author started work on the book about age and... Read more

LBF reveals full 2019 line-up

The London Book Fair has revealed its full author line-up for 2019 with Karin Slaughter appearing as well as Elif Shafak, Kit de Waal, Lara... Read more

Tessa Hadley | 'The domestic parochial is what novels do best'

The seventh novel by Tessa Hadley could see the author, adored by peers but often overlooked by prizes, finally reach a deserved wider readership.... Read more

'Phenomenal' Hammad debut sells to Cape and 11 other territories

An “extraordinary” debut novel, The Parisian, from 27-year-old London-born writer Isabella Hammad is making waves with 11 international territories sold. Read more

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