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
An “extraordinary” debut novel, The Parisian, from 27-year-old London-born writer Isabella Hammad is making waves with 11 international territories sold.
Former Blackwell’s bookseller Daisy Johnson has won the retailer’s Book of the Year for her "outstanding" Man Booker-shortlisted novel Everything Under (Jonathan Cape).... Read more
Jonathan Cape publisher Robin Robertson has taken the £10,000 Goldsmiths Prize for his "convention-defying novel in verse" The Long Take (Pan Macmillan).... Read more
Tessa Hadley has won the £10,000 Edge Hill Short Story Prize for Bad Dreams (Jonathan Cape).
Jonathan Cape has acquired a novel by Korean writer Bae Suah, Unknown Nights and Days, translated by International Man Booker-winning translator Deborah Smith.... Read more
An "audacious" new novel from Ian McEwan, Machines Like Me, will be published by Jonathan Cape on 18th April next year.... Read more
Jonathan Cape has acquired a third book from writer and neurosurgeon Henry Marsh, author of the hugely successful Do No Harm: Stories of Life, Death and... Read more
Jonathan Cape has acquired Difficult Women, a history of modern feminism by journalist Helen Lewis.
Yuval Noah Harari is appearing in conversation with actor, director and activist Natalie Portman to mark the publication of his new book, 21 Lessons for the... Read more