Picador has taken on the first novel, My House is Falling Down, by non-fiction writer Mary Loudon exploring the impact of infidelity on a marriage.... Read more
Adam Kay’s bestselling junior doctor’s memoir This is Going to Hurt (Picador) has been named The Specsavers Book of the Year.... Read more
Our 2018 pictures round-up features a young Audrey Hepburn, the Slumflower, the London Review Bookshop's 15th birthday, a tiger and a Donald Trump protest.
Virago has acquired two new novels from Megan Abbott, the author behind Dare Me and You Will Know Me (Picador), including a thriller about female ambition.... Read more
Poverty Safari, Darren McGarvey’s memoir about growing up in Glasgow, has topped a readers’ poll of “most rebellious reads of the 21st century”, organised by the... Read more
Pan Macmillan has won a 10-way auction to publish a book on the "entrepreneurial path", How I Built This, from business podcaster Guy Raz.... Read more
Picador has acquired Empire writer Nick de Semlyen's history of '80s comedy movies, Wild and Crazy Guys.
Paul Baggaley at Picador has acquired world rights and audio from Cathryn Summerhayes at Curtis Brown for a new book by Adam Kay, author of... Read more
Two of Tim Winton’s books, The Riders and Dirt Music (both Picador), are being adapted for film.
Picador has bought another book from the anonymous author of The Secret Barrister: Stories of the Law and How It's Broken. ... Read more