Tiger Aspect has snared film and TV rights for Louise O'Neill's thriller After the Silence (riverrun).
The Little Mermaid gets a feminist revamp in this thoroughly modern fairytale for the Trump era.
With two days to go until the publication of Philip Pullman's latest novel La Belle Sauvage (PRH Children's and David Fickling Books), we took a trip down... Read more
Children’s Books Ireland (CBI) is launching a project to celebrate women and girls in children’s books to mark the centenary of women’s suffrage in the... Read more
Quercus imprint riverrun is publishing Louise O'Neill's third novel, Almost Love, in March 2018.
Scholastic has revealed it has signed the “dazzling”, feminist retelling of The Little Mermaid by Asking for It author Louise O’Neill.... Read more
Carnegie Medal and YA Book Prize-shortlisted author Sarah Crossan has won the 26th CBI Book of the Year Award - making her the fourth author ever... Read more
Bandit Television has acquired the television rights to Louise O’Neill’s Asking for It, a novel about sexual assault.
Independent publishers Bloomsbury Children’s and David Fickling Books are leading the shortlist for this year’s Bookseller’s YA Book Prize, run in association with book printer... Read more
Asking for It, the latest YA novel by Louise O’Neill, has won the Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book of the Year 2015 - the only... Read more