Tagged: Jonathan Cape

Natalie Portman to appear in conversation with Harari

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

Lloyd Parry scoops Rathbones Folio Prize

The Times’ foreign correspondent Richard Lloyd Parry has scooped the £20,000 Rathbones Folio Prize for his “harrowing and inspiring” portrayal of the 2011 Japanese tsunami.... Read more

Trade figures fundraise for author of 'cult swimming classic'

Members of the book trade are supporting author Charles Sprawson with a fundraising iniative to raise money for care fees, as Vintage prepares to reissue... Read more

Refugee Vuong nets global deals for debut novel

Rights to T S Eliot Prize winner Ocean Vuong’s debut novel have been snapped up around the world, with Jonathan Cape clinching rights to publish it in... Read more

Winterson’s take on Frankenstein to Cape

Jeanette Winterson’s Frankissstein will be published simultaneously by Jonathan Cape in the UK and Grove Atlantic in the US in autumn 2019.... Read more

Howard Jacobson pens novel about love in old age

Jonathan Cape has acquired a new novel by Man Booker prize-winning author Howard Jacobson about love in old age.  Read more

'Cat Person' to be published as standalone paperback

Jonathan Cape will publish the New Yorker short story which went viral, ‘Cat Person’, as a standalone paperback. Read more

Cape buys artist's 'feminist creation myth' memoir

Jonathan Cape will publish an "achingly beautiful" graphic memoir by New Yorker artist Liana Finck, described as "part magical odyssey, part feminist creation myth".... Read more

Cover design round-up: January 2018

Danny Arter rounds-up the best cover designs of January 2018. Read more

Samantha Harvey | 'I try to do something formally different with each novel'

Samantha Harvey's fourth novel is, broadly speaking, a medieval murder mystery - but one with one important, and defining, difference. Alice O'Keeffe reports. Read more

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