Jonathan Cape has pre-empted a “ground-breaking” study of global crises by political economist Jerome Roos, one of the most talked about titles ahead of the London... Read more
Jonathan Cape will publish an autobiographical novel by Martin Amis later this year, with the book described as his "most intimate and epic work to date". ... Read more
Jonathan Cape has bought two non-fiction books by The Argonauts author Maggie Nelson as part of "a major deal".... Read more
Jonathan Cape has pre-empted Lyndsey Stonebridge's "bold reexamination of the life and ideas" of German-American philosopher Hannah Arendt.
The modern fairytale of the Soong sisters is well known across China. Bestselling author Jung Chang looks set to bring the sisters’ stories to a... Read more
Man Booker-winning author Anne Enright’s next novel, Actress, about sexual power and celebrity, will be published by Jonathan Cape in February 2020.... Read more
Irish writer Megan Nolan's debut novel has just sold to Jonathan Cape in a pre-empt.
Dan Franklin, associate publisher at Jonathan Cape, is due to retire after 26 years at the Vintage imprint.
Ian McEwan is releasing a new novella at the end of this month, a “biting political satire” on Brexit about a man’s metamorphosis into the... Read more
Jonathan Cape has scooped UK and Commonwealth rights to Frances Leviston’s story collection The Voice in My Ear.