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Fleet to publish Kathleen Stock's Material Girls

Little, Brown imprint Fleet is to publish Material Girls: Why Reality Matters for Feminism by Professor Kathleen Stock, exploring ideas around gender identity and biological sex. ... Read more

Little, Brown acquires Clarke's Covid memoir

Little, Brown has acquired "an unflinching insider’s account of medicine in the time of coronavirus" from palliative care doctor Dr Rachel Clarke.... Read more

Sphere releases 99p activity e-book for readers in lockdown

Sphere is publishing a 99p activity e-book for people in need of "affordable distraction" during the lockdown. Read more

Ant & Dec mark 30th anniversary with book for Sphere following 12-way auction

Ant & Dec, aka Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, are publishing a book with Sphere this September—Once Upon a Tyne: Celebrating 30 Years Together on Telly–following... Read more

Little, Brown's Rhiannon Smith promoted to editorial director

Rhiannon Smith, who works across the Fleet and Sphere imprints at Little, Brown, has been promoted to editorial director. Read more

Little, Brown 'librarians' launch book recommendation service

Little, Brown has launched a personalised book recommendation service on its social media channels. Read more

New memoir from Rupert Everett to Little, Brown

Little, Brown has acquired a new memoir by award-winning actor Rupert Everett, Tainted Glory, to be published on 8th October. ... Read more

Jackson steps up as Holman steps out of UK's Orbit

Tim Holman is stepping down as publisher of Orbit in the UK, the SF and Fantasy imprint of Little, Brown Book Group he has led... Read more

Sphere wins Daisy Buchanan's debut novel in 'hotly contested' auction

Sphere has triumphed in a "hotly contested" auction to publish journalist Daisy Buchanan’s debut novel Insatiable.  Read more

Sphere to publish 'life lessons' from last surviving prosecutor at Nuremberg Trials

Sphere is publishing "life lessons" from the last surviving prosecutor at the Nuremberg Trials, Benjamin Ferencz. Read more

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