Tagged: Alexandra Pringle

Bloomsbury wins Sarah Crossan's first novel for adults

Bloomsbury has acquired Irish children's laureate Sarah Crossan's first novel for adults in a six-figure deal at auction. Read more

Bloomsbury to publish Patchett's 'masterpiece' in September

Bloomsbury has bought another novel from Ann Patchett, The Dutch House, billed as the award-winning author's "masterpiece" about family, betrayal and love.... Read more

Bloomsbury scoops debut novel from psychiatrist Arlene Heyman

Bloomsbury has bagged the “glorious” debut novel from New York psychiatrist Arlene Heyman. Read more

Bloomsbury scoops Cashman's 'remarkable' memoir

Bloomsbury will publish the memoir of actor, campaigner and Labour peer Michael Cashman, One of Them. Read more

Bloomsbury to publish new novel from Elizabeth Gilbert

Alexandra Pringle, editor-in-chief at Bloomsbury publishing has acquired City of Girls, a new novel from the author of Eat Pray Love, Elizabeth Gilbert.... Read more

Alexandra Pringle: publishing Anthony Bourdain

Bloomsbury editor-in-chief Alexandra Pringle pays tribute to the chef and writer Anthony Bourdain, who died last week at the age of 61. Read more

Pringle picks up Polly’s Theatre for Dreamers

Alexandra Pringle, Bloomsbury editor-in-chief, has won UK and Commonwealth rights to Polly Samson’s A Theatre for Dreamers. Read more

Pringle hands over running of Bloomsbury's adult publishing to Hopkin

Bloomsbury's editor-in-chief Alexandra Pringle is to hand the day-to-day running of the publisher's adult trade publishing division to managing director Emma Hopkin, after 19 years... Read more

Khaled Hosseini pens 'intensely moving' refugee story

Bloomsbury has signed the latest work from Khaled Hosseini, a "lyrical and intensely moving story" entitled Sea Prayer. Read more

Bloomsbury signs 'modern-day Lolita'

Bloomsbury has acquired Putney, a new novel by Sofka Zinovieff described as a "modern-day Lolita". Read more

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