The legendary chef moves to Ebury for her first book in a decade
Ebury has landed the first book from Harlequins and England loosehead prop Joe Marler, promising the “unfiltered truth” about being a rugby player.
Ebury has acquired four new titles from Pam Ayres as part of a major deal, with early material showing the poet to be “absolutely at... Read more
Ebury will publish comedian and writer John Bishop's take on ageing, How To Grow Old, this autumn, with the exact publication date still to be confirmed.... Read more
Newly crowned King of the Jungle Harry Redknapp is writing a book for Ebury, The World According to Harry, pitched as the first ever book... Read more
Glaswegian rapper, commentator and 2018 Orwell Prize-winning author Darren McGarvey has signed a two-book deal with Ebury Press.
Judith Kendra, publishing director of Ebury imprint Rider Books, is retiring this September after 25 years with the publisher.
Agent Robyn Drury is to join Ebury Press' non-fiction department as commissioning editor next month.
Ebury Press has signed "the backroom story" of Team GB’s Olympic success to be written by Times journalist Owen Slot.... Read more
Ebury Press has acquired Built for Speed, a memoir from "road-racing legend" John McGuinness, to be published in the lead up to racing event the... Read more