Tagged: Sceptre

Humphery and Parfitt join Sceptre's editorial team

Vintage’s Charlotte Humphery and Oxford University Press' Nico Parfitt are joining Sceptre’s editorial team in newly created roles.  Read more

Sceptre pre-empts Issa's 'authoritative history' of Alexandria

Sceptre has pre-empted an exploration of the history of Alexandria in Egypt by presenter and academic Dr Islam Issa. Read more

Second 'unforgettable' Andrews novel snared by Sceptre

Portico Prize-winning author Jessica Andrews Sceptre has written a second novel, Milk Teeth, for Sceptre.  Read more

Sceptre lands Melvyn Bragg's first memoir

Writer and broadcaster Melvyn Bragg's first memoir, Back in the Day, has been signed by Sceptre. Read more

Hustvedt and Miller headline Sceptre salon

Siri Hustvedt and Andrew Miller headlined the virtual 2021 Sceptre Salon, with Tatler editor Helena Lee revealing how the “constant damaging representation of those with East and... Read more

Sceptre snares Tolz's 'virtuoso' novel

Sceptre has signed Here Goes Nothing, the “virtuoso” new novel by Man Booker-shortlisted author Steve Toltz.  Read more

Sceptre sews up deal for Hunter's Mary, Queen of Scots biography

Sceptre has picked up an alternative biography of Mary, Queen of Scots from Threads of Life (Sceptre) author Clare Hunter in a two-book deal.... Read more

Sceptre picks up Short's 'astonishing' memoir of healing and renewal

Sceptre has acquired an "astonishing" memoir by Ben Short, an advertising executive who, suffering from depression and a long-term anxiety disorder, fled his high-flying career... Read more

Sceptre picks up Assadi's 'darkly romantic' second novel

Sceptre has acquired The Stars Are Not Yet Bells, Hannah Lillith Assadi's "darkly romantic and beautifully immersive" second novel. ... Read more

Sceptre pre-empts Amna's coming-of-age debut

Sceptre has pre-empted the “deeply compelling and funny” debut novel by award-winning author Dur e Aziz Amna.  Read more

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