Quercus is publishing a new book by cycling pro Geraint Thomas, Mountains According to G, described as a love letter to the sportsman's favourite climbs.... Read more
Quercus will publish the first book from Selina Flavius, the founder of digital finance coaching platform Black Girl Finance.
Quercus has landed Bill Bailey's Remarkable Guide to Happiness, a collection of “funny, meditative and thoughtful” essays with illustrations from the comedian and designer Joe Magee.... Read more
Quercus has unveiled Greenfinch, a new non-fiction imprint "driven by bright ideas that answer a need".
Quercus has acquired Me and White Supremacy: A Guided Journal by Layla F Saad, intended to be an "official companion" to the original helping readers to recognise their... Read more
Quercus is publishing Five Go Absolutely Nowhere, the latest title in its Enid Blyton for Grown-Ups series, inviting readers to join George, Dick, Anne, Julian and Timmy the... Read more
Rachel Neely is joining Trapeze as commissioning editor after three and a half years at Quercus.
Quercus has acquired Instructions for the British People During the Emergency, authored by Jason Hazeley, who co-wrote the Ladybird Books for Grown-ups series, and comedy writer and actor Nico Tatarowicz.... Read more
Publishers are seeing a surge in e-book and audio sales of up to 25% as readers escape the lockdown with feel-good fiction.
Quercus imprint riverrun is rush publishing a timely new book from Peter May that he has been harbouring in his "bottom drawer" for the past 15 years—entitled Lockdown, it is set... Read more