Tagged: Mark Haddon

New Mark Haddon novel set for May 2019

Vintage imprint Chatto & Windus will next year publish Mark Haddon's first novel in seven years - The Porpoise, an "ambitious and dazzling" novel based on... Read more

Alexander's hat-trick of 'major' Doubleday US deals

Clare Alexander of Alexander Aitken Associates has pulled off a hat-trick of "major" deals with Doubleday in America, including deals for authors Pat Barker and... Read more

Bids flow in for Pullman character to be named after Grenfell Tower victim

A campaign to name a character in the second part of Philip Pullman’s The Book of Dust series after one of the Grenfell Tower fire’s young victims has... Read more

Authors call on governments to resettle more Syrian refugees

Victoria Hislop, Caitlin Moran, Mark Haddon and Tracy Chevalier have called on wealthy governments to resettle more Syrian refugees as Waterstones hits its £1m Buy... Read more

Wellcome Collection to publish writings on consciousness

The Wellcome Collection is to publish a collection of writings on human consciousness with an introduction from writer Mark Haddon to accompany an exhibition opening... Read more

Kibworth Bookshop wins Vintage Indie of the Year

The Bookshop, Kibworth in Leicester has been judged the Vintage Independent Bookshop of the Year 2015. Read more

Haddon and Mantel lead BBC Short Story shortlist

Hilary Mantel’s “controversial” story, The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher (Fourth Estate) has made the shortlist for the BBC National Short Story Award 2015 with Book Trust.... Read more

Wellcome Prize judges contribute to Guardian campaign

Andrew Motion and Mark Haddon [pictured] are among the writers calling on the Wellcome Trust, which is behind the Wellcome Book Prize, to withdraw its... Read more

Mark Haddon: A lesson learnt

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time author Mark Haddon recalls an important lesson he learnt outside of the classroom at boarding school... Read more

Mark Haddon: The Ties That Blind

Mark Haddon's touching, highly observant latest novel shows how our divided loyalties as families will always bring us both trauma and joy Read more

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