Tagged: 4th Estate

Demi Moore's long-awaited 4th Estate memoir coming in September

HarperCollins imprint 4th Estate has revealed it will publish Demi Moore’s "deeply candid and insightful" memoir Inside Out in September—almost a decade after buying it.... Read more

Salt and Fourth Estate lead Desmond Elliott longlist

Bookseller Samuel Fisher’s debut novel The Chameleon is one of two Salt titles longlisted for the £10,000 Desmond Elliott Prize, with HarperCollins imprint Fourth Estate also... Read more

Fourth Estate lands 'funny, original' debut set in 2054

Fourth Estate will publish the "truly original" debut novel from British writer Simon Stephenson, set in 2054 and featuring an android. Read more

Atkinson departs Bloomsbury after 12 years

Bloomsbury’s senior commissioning editor Richard Atkinson, responsible for the publishing of books such as Polpo and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s River Cottage series, has left the company... Read more

4th Estate buys Innes' novel about silencing of women and celebrity

4th Estate’s Jordan Mulligan has made his first acquisition, Scabby Queen, by Scottish author Kirstin Innes. Read more

Sketch writer Crace's novel and memoir goes to 4th Estate

4th Estate will publish a novel and memoir by parliamentary sketch writer John Crace. Read more

'21st Century Lolita' nets six figures from 4th Estate

4th Estate has pre-empted a "21st-century response to Lolita”, My Dark Vanessa, for six figures, with HarperCollins US prevailing with a seven-figure pre-empt.... Read more

24 hour pre-empt from 4th Estate for playwright's 'luminous' MND memoir

4th Estate will publish the "remarkable" memoir from playwright Joe Hammond, following a pre-empt within 24 hours of submission. Read more

4th Estate snaps up Vogue columnist's 'irreverent take on modern life'

4th Estate will publish the debut non-fiction title, Raven Smith’s Trivial Pursuits, described as “a smart and irreverent take on modern life” from the Vogue columnist’s perspective.... Read more

Money memoir from Otegha Uwagba to 4th Estate

Entrepreneur and Little Black Book author Otegha Uwagba’s “part-memoir, part-cultural commentary”, We Need To Talk About Money, has gone to 4th Estate in a “significant acquisition”.... Read more

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