Tagged: Picador

Pan Mac pays tribute to 'great and controversial' Naipaul

Pan Macmillan has paid tribute to the “great and controversial” author V S Naipaul who died aged 85 on Saturday night. Read more

Marianne Power | 'The more I looked at myself, the messier it became'

Life may have looked almost perfect on paper for Marianne Power, but a year spent reading classic self-help books unearthed a more complex narrative.... Read more

Picador wins auction for Armfield short stories

Picador has won an auction to publish a short story collection about women, "the body and the bodily", from the White Review Short Story Prize-winning author Julia Armfield.... Read more

Pan Mac in 2019 move to Clerkenwell

Pan Macmillan will move from its current location in King's Cross to a "larger and distinctive" new eight-storey headquarters in London's Clerkenwell next year.... Read more

This is Going to Hurt adapted by Kay for BBC

Adam Kay is set to adapt his bestselling account of being a junior doctor, This is Going to Hurt (Picador), into an eight-part BBC comedy drama.... Read more

'Extraordinary' tale of 'first' drag queen to Picador

Picador will publish the story of the world’s first self-described drag queen billed as a marriage of "RuPaul's Drag Race" and “Hidden Figures”.... Read more

O’Sullivan moves to Picador for The Sleeping Beauties

Award-winning science author and neurologist Suzanne O’Sullivan will move to Picador from Penguin Random House after her “waking coma” book was snapped up at auction.... Read more

Broadcaster Haynes retells Greek myth for Picador

Picador has signed a deal with author and broadcaster Natalie Haynes to publish a retelling of the Greek myths from a woman’s perspective.... Read more

Rapper 'Loki' takes the Orwell prize for 'heart-rending' poverty tale

Writer, rapper and community activist Darren McGarvey, also known as 'Loki', has won the Orwell Prize for Books for his "heart-rending" debut Poverty Safari (Luath... Read more

Picador to republish McGarvey’s 'savage' exploration of poverty

Picador is set to republish a “savage” exploration of poverty which is vying for the Orwell Prize. Read more

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