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Pushkin Press imprint One is to publish journalist Sarah Gilmartin's first novel, Dinner Party: A Tragedy, next year.
Pushkin Press has sold Czech rights to Liz Hyder's children's novel Bearmouth, in the latest of several foreign rights deals for the title. ... Read more
Pushkin Press will publish The False Rose by Swedish author Jakob Wegelius, the third title featuring the highly intelligent and resourceful gorilla Sally Jones. ... Read more
Pushkin Press imprint One is to publish Dust off the Bones, the latest thriller by Paul Howarth, next summer. ... Read more
Pushkin Press is to publish Land of Snow and Ashes by Finnish debut novelist Petra Rautiainen as a lead title in 2022. ... Read more
Pushkin Press imprint One is to publish a work of food writing, social criticism and "bold thinking" by Rebecca May Johnson.
Pushkin Press is to publish When We Cease to Understand the World by Chilean author Benjamín Labatut, translated by Adrian Nathan West.... Read more
Faber, Canongate, Profile, Oneworld and Pushkin Press are among indie publishers who have confirmed to The Bookseller they are temporarily furloughing staff, making use of... Read more
Pushkin Vertigo has acquired a "gripping" French novel about a woman trapped in a disturbing and toxic relationship.