Tagged: Margaret Atwood

The politics of publishing

Philip Jones weighs up whether the book trade can, or should, try to balance politics with business. Read more

Margaret Atwood's Dearly cover revealed by Vintage

Vintage has revealed the striking cover for Margaret Atwood's new poetry book, Dearly—the writer's first collection for a decade. Read more

The Testaments paperback cover revealed

The paperback jacket for Margaret Atwood’s The Testaments (Chatto & Windus) has been revealed. Read more

Vintage to publish new Margaret Atwood poetry collection

Margaret Atwood has revealed her first poetry collection for a decade: Dearly will be published by Vintage in November. Read more

Review of 2019: Atwood and Kerr enjoy Indian summers as readers flock to backlist titles—and revamps

Margaret Atwood and the late Judith Kerr have both made The Bookseller's year-end Author Top 50 for the second time. Read more

Atwood takes book tour to Australia and New Zealand

Margaret Atwood is taking her book tour to Australia and New Zealand next year in celebration of the global publication of The Testaments (Vintage).... Read more

Margaret Atwood and Greta Thunberg battle it out for Waterstones Book of the Year

Margaret Atwood’s Booker-winning The Testaments (Vintage) is vying with offerings from Max Porter, Greta Thunberg and Candice Carty-Williams in a bumper shortlist for Waterstones Book of the Year.... Read more

Mrs Hinch cleans up at number one with Booker boost for Atwood and Evaristo

Instagram influencer Sophie “Mrs Hinch” Hinchliffe has once again shown a clean pair of heels to the competition, with her second title Mrs Hinch: The Activity... Read more

Booker double welcomed by booksellers

The Booker Prize has been jointly won by Margaret Atwood’s The Testaments (Chatto & Windus) and Bernardine Evaristo’s Girl, Woman, Other (Hamish Hamilton).... Read more

Atwood and Shafak lead Booker shortlist sales

The Booker Prize will be awarded tonight, with sales of Margaret Atwood's The Testaments (Chatto & Windus) outselling every title on the shortlist, according to... Read more

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