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Oneworld in five-figure pre-empt for McGowan's middle-grade novel

Oneworld children's imprint Rock the Boat has landed a “thrilling and heart-wrenching” new middle-grade novel from 2020 Carnegie award-winner Anthony McGowan in a five-figure pre-empt... Read more

Most live author events back to full capacity from 19th July

Most live author events will be at full capacity again from 19th July, but rules on mask wearing, social distancing and implementing Covid-19 passports will be down to... Read more

Ford's debut scooped by Aquarius Films for TV series

Aquarius Films is producing "Fight Like A Girl", a comedy drama TV series based on the book of the same name by Australian feminist writer Clementine... Read more

Publishers celebrate 'joys and challenges' of Pride Month with campaigns

Publishers are celebrating Pride Month this June with a myriad of creative initiatives, including partnering with educational charities and collaborating with bookshops. Read more

Hughes wins £10,000 Encore Award for The Wild Laughter

Caoilinn Hughes has won the £10,000 RSL Encore Award for her "grand feat of comic ingenuity” The Wild Laughter (Oneworld). Read more

Oneworld pre-empts 'tragicomic' history of Eastern Europe from Mikanowski

Oneworld has pre-empted Goodbye, Eastern Europe! An All but Forgotten History by Jacob Mikanowski. Read more

Oneworld acquires Amuah's 'big-hearted and wise' debut

Oneworld publisher Juliet Mabey has snapped up rights to Diary of a Magpie, the “incredibly moving” debut novel from Marie-Claire Amuah. Read more

Oneworld takes on latest Lemony Snicket novel

Oneworld has acquired UK and British Commonwealth rights, excluding Canada, with serial and audio rights, to the latest novel from Lemony Snicket, whose real name is Daniel Handler.  ... Read more

Oneworld wins auction for examination of race in Shakespeare

Oneworld has won a four-way auction for an “expert, warm and inclusive” examination of race in Shakespearean literature by Farah Karim-Cooper.  Read more

Pan Mac and Bloomsbury repay furlough grant

Pan Macmillan and Bloomsbury have both chosen to repay furlough funding to the government, following the example of HarperCollins, which did not take the grant, with c.e.o. Charlie Redmayne now... Read more

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