Tagged: Barry Cunningham

Chicken House snaps up debut by Lish and Ngai

Chicken House has snapped up rights to The House on Hoarder Hill by debut writing duo Mikki Lish and Kelly Ngai, in a deal done between Chicken... Read more

Publishing and TV deals announced for ‘futuristic’ YA trilogy

Ben Oliver, the debut author of YA trilogy The Loop, has signed a publishing deal with Chicken House and a TV development deal with Lime... Read more

Lime Pictures to adapt James Nicol trilogy

Lime Pictures, the TV production company behind Hollyoaks and the Netflix children’s hit Free Rein, is to adapt James Nicol’s ‘The Apprentice Witch’ trilogy.... Read more

The Bookseller's c.e.o. predictions for 2019

Following on from The Bookseller's 'alternative' predictions for 2019, senior figures share their hopes and expectations for the year ahead. Read more

Chicken House buys humorous Read's debut

Chicken House has bought world rights to Milton the Mighty, the funny debut novel by Emma Read. Read more

Kiran Millwood Hargrave | 'I’m always hoping the next book is the best book'

The third novel from Kiran Millwood Hargrave stays true to the territory that is her "first and greatest love"—and it’s her best to date, too.... Read more

Chicken House to publish Chinese author Chen Jiatong

Chicken House has signed the English language rights to two middle-grade books by Chinese author Chen Jiatong. Read more

Chicken House and Altitude Films sign middle grade fantasy

Chicken House has acquired world publishing rights to a middle grade fantasy, which is also in development for film adaptation with Altitude Films, by Benjamin... Read more

Magic Light options Rachel Ward teen series

Magic Light Pictures has optioned Rachel Ward’s Numbers trilogy, published by Chicken House, to develop a TV series. Read more

Judges revealed for the next Big Idea Competition

Neil Blair, Barry Cunningham, Jen Campbell and MG Leonard have been revealed as the judges of next year's Big Idea Competition which seeks to uncover... Read more

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