Margaret Atwood’s "visionary" new work of non-fiction, Burning Questions Essays 2004–2021, will be published by Chatto & Windus in March 2022. ... Read more
The Bodley Head has acquired The Broken House, Horst Krüger's "astonishing" literary memoir of youth in Nazi Germany, never before published in the UK. ... Read more
Vintage has snapped up three titles from American novelist Bernice L McFadden, with the first book, Sugar, to be published 21 years after its debut in the... Read more
Poet Amy Key’s "dazzling" debut non-fiction book, inspired by Joni Mitchell's "Blue" album, will be published by Jonathan Cape following a seven-way auction. ... Read more
Vintage says it will continue to publish Blake Bailey's Philip Roth biography in the UK following sexual assault allegations that have seen Bailey dropped by... Read more
Vintage will publish US Vice-President Kamala Harris' memoir, The Truths We Hold: An American Journey, in a young readers edition on 6th May 2021. ... Read more
Vintage sales director Tom Drake-Lee is stepping down and leaving Penguin Random House after more than two decades with the company.
Vintage has launched a new partnership with the Free Books Campaign, a charity set up by education activist Sofia Akel to get books by authors... Read more
Vintage imprint Jonathan Cape will publish Checkout 19 by Claire-Louise Bennett, author of Pond (Fitzcarraldo Editions, 2015).
William Heinemann will publish Bewilderment, Richard Powers' first novel since his Booker-shortlisted and Pulitzer Prize-winning The Overstory (William Heinemann, 2018). ... Read more