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'Profound and provocative' novel to be Myriad's 2018 lead title

Myriad has won a "closely fought" auction for Manu Joseph’s "profound and provocative" new novel Miss Laila, Armed and Dangerous, about "ordinary people caught up in... Read more

Myriad to publish an 'incisive' exploration of patriarchy

Myriad has commissioned feminist analyst and commentator Cynthia Enloe to analyse why patriarchy continues to thrive, despite feminist advances. Read more

Myriad merges with New Internationalist

Brighton-based independent publisher Myriad Editions is to merge with non-profit media co-operative New Internationalist, based in Oxford, effective immediately. Read more

Johncock wins Best First Novel Award

The Authors’ Club has announced the winner of its Best First Novel Award 2016 is Benjamin Johncock for The Last Pilot (Myriad Editions).... Read more

Myriad Editions makes redundancies

Independent publisher Myriad Editions is making two editors redundant and cutting back the number of titles it publishes after a “tough” couple of years.... Read more

Market for medical graphic novels grows

The trend for medical graphic novels continues with Bloomsbury’s The Inflatable Woman by Rachael Ball. Read more

Story of de Beauvoir love affair to Myriad

Myriad Editions has signed a “stunning” novelisation of the love affair between Simone de Beauvoir and American writer Nelson Algren. Fiction editor Holly Ainley bought... Read more

Johncock debut to Myriad

Myriad Editions has signed a literary debut by Benjamin Johncock. UK and Commonwealth rights to The Last Pilot were signed from Juliet Pickering at Blake... Read more

Myriad buys Johncock debut

Myriad Editions has signed a literary debut set in the "Mad Men" era, by Guardian contributor Benjamin Johncock. The publisher bought UK and Commonwealth rights,... Read more

Does crime fiction always have to be about murder?

Crime writer Lisa Cutts wonders whether muder is integral to crime fiction. Read more

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