Tagged: Matt Haig

Haig becomes first author to do Bookshop chart double

Matt Haig has become the first author to feature on Bookshop.org's Indie Champions list with two titles in the same month.... Read more

Online London Book Fair 'surpasses expectations' by engaging 90 countries

This year's digital version of the London Book Fair "surpassed expectations" with boosted global engagement, organisers say. Read more

Canongate signs latest Matt Haig children's book

Canongate is to publish Matt Haig's new children's book, A Mouse Called Miika.  Read more

Canongate partners with One Tree Planted for Matt Haig paperback

Canongate is partnering with non-profit organisation One Tree Planted (OTP) for the paperback publication of Matt Haig’s children's book Evie and the Animals.... Read more

Atwood, Haig and Kay join National Theatre's celebration of authors

Margaret Atwood, Matt Haig and Adam Kay will all take part in the National Theatre's upcoming Authors of Stage series celebrating authors across the world. ... Read more

Hawkins and Wiig to star in Haig's Boy Called Christmas movie

Shooting has begun on a Studiocanal and Netflix movie adaptation of Matt Haig’s children’s book A Boy Called Christmas (Canongate).... Read more

Matt Haig pens Truth Pixie sequel

Canongate will publish a sequel to Matt Haig’s The Truth Pixie, entitled The Truth Pixie Goes to School, this August.... Read more

Two Brothers finds reason in Haig's memoir

The producers of “Fleabag” are reportedly developing a TV show based on Matt Haig’s memoir Reasons To Stay Alive (Canongate).... Read more

Rewriting the Canon: Bickmore basks in success of indie’s brand new approach

Canongate’s publishing director, who joined the list in 2000 after a stint on work experience, explains how the cross-country indie’s brand building has resulted in... Read more

Haig partners with Gravett for new children’s book

Matt Haig is teaming up with illustrator Emily Gravett for a children’s book about a girl who can talk to animals. Read more

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