Jonathan Cape will publish Salman Rushdie’s new Don Quixote-inspired novel, Quichotte, in August.
Jonathan Cape has triumphed in a five-way auction for award-winning evolutionary biologist Nichola Raihani’s debut Together: How Cooperation Shaped Humankind.... Read more
Jonathan Cape has acquired a third book from writer and neurosurgeon Henry Marsh, author of the hugely successful Do No Harm: Stories of Life, Death and... Read more
Jonathan Cape has acquired Difficult Women, a history of modern feminism by journalist Helen Lewis.
Jonathan Cape has acquired an oral history of the generation of Caribbean immigrants who came to Britain after the war.
Jonathan Cape has acquired The Hungover Games, a memoir by journalist Sophie Heawood about life as a single mother, following a "fierce" auction.... Read more
Jonathan Cape has pre-empted After the Experts by political economist William Davies, which will explore how the political landscape has shifted and speculate on what might come next if... Read more
Jonathan Cape has acquired an "extraordinary" non-fiction title made possible after Nazi documents 70 years old were discovered hidden in an armchair.
Bea Hemming, editorial director at Weidenfeld & Nicolson, is joining Jonathan Cape as deputy publishing director.
Weidenfeld & Nicolson is publishing Syria: Recipes from Home to help support artistic projects with Syrian women refugees.... Read more