Tagged: Andrew Michael Hurley

Dead Ink and Bloomsbury showcase Northern literary talent in new anthology

Dead Ink Books and Bloomsbury are publishing Test Signal, a "ground-breaking" anthology of the best contemporary Northern writing. Read more

Hurley and McInerney revealed as joint winners of Encore Award

Two John Murray authors, Andrew Michael Hurley and Lisa McInerney, have been jointly awarded the Encore Award 2018 after the judges agreed each writer "more than... Read more

The Ink Factory wins TV rights to Devil's Day

The Ink Factory, production company behind "The Night Manager", has acquired the TV rights in a "hotly contested" auction to Andrew Michael Hurley’s supernatural second novel Devil’s Day (John Murray).... Read more

Yorkshire indie to publish limited edition of Hurley's next novel

Tartarus Press, the independent Yorkshire press which originally published The Loney by Andrew Michael Hurley, is collaborating with the author's new publishers at John Murray to publish... Read more

New Andrew Michael Hurley novel called Devil’s Day

Costa prize-winning author Andrew Michael Hurley’s new novel Devil’s Day is publishing this October with John Murray.... Read more

Luck and judgement

Literary agent Lucy Luck talks to Benedicte Page about backing talented new names. Read more

John Murray prize-winning debut authors to tour Waterstones

John Murray is taking three of its "most exciting and lauded" debut writers, Andrew Michael Hurley, Lisa McInerney and Jessie Greengrass, on a nationwide tour of Waterstones bookshops in Bath, Liverpool and London... Read more

Far from a Lone ranger

The British Book Industry Awards' Book of the Year winner Andrew Michael Hurley reflects on a dizzying journey from (extremely) limited edition to the mass... Read more

The Loney wins Book of the Year at British Book Industry Awards

Andrew Michael Hurley's The Loney (John Murray) has won The British Book Industry Awards’ Book of the Year accolade in association with Books Are My... Read more

Hardinge's 'Lie Tree' named Costa Book of the Year

The Lie Tree by Frances Hardinge, published by Macmillan Children's Books, has been crowned the surprise winner of the £30,000 2015 Costa Book of the Year: the first... Read more

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