William Collins has acquired a new book by Cal Flyn, Islands of Abandonment, said to be a lyrical and urgent study of how nature perseveres and... Read more
Historian and author Keith Lowe has moved to William Collins after a decade at Viking Penguin.
The winner of last year’s Financial Times and McKinsey Bracken Bower Prize for young authors has made deals well over six figures across five countries... Read more
William Collins will publish Financial Times journalist Tom Burgis’ exploration of how “capitalism’s monster” has become the ultimate power.
William Collins has acquired the third book in the Brexit trilogy by Sunday Times political editor Tim Shipman.
William Collins is to publish Girl With Dove: A Child’s Escape Through Reading, a memoir from Oxford lecturer Sally Bayley.
William Collins will publish a debut memoir from an award-winning New York Times journalist who spent a decade covering Hillary Clinton’s pursuit of the US presidency.... Read more
William Collins will publish an “explosive” book about Prince Charles’ “desperate bid to rehabilitate himself” after Princess Diana’s death, written by investigative historian Tom Bower.... Read more
William Collins has bought the debut of the high mistress of St Paul’s Girls’ School, Clarissa Farr.
William Collins has acquired The Case for Impeachment by political historian Professor Allan J. Lichtman in a "significant deal" to be rush-released next month.... Read more