Tagged: Carolyn Mays

Fforde to explore racism in new novel The Constant Rabbit

Hodder & Stoughton is publishing a new standalone novel from Jasper Fforde, tackling topics of racism and privilege in a story about human-sized rabbits.... Read more

Dickinson leaves S&S for Hodder crime and thriller role

Simon & Schuster fiction publishing director Jo Dickinson is leaving the firm to become Hodder’s crime and thriller publisher, it has been announced.... Read more

Wellcome's Topiwala to lead general non-fiction at H&S

Hodder & Stoughton (H&S) has appointed Wellcome Collection publisher Kirty Topiwala to lead its general non-fiction publishing. Read more

Hodder acquires Hope Meadows series by Animal Ark author Lucy Daniels

Hodder & Stoughton has acquired a trilogy of seasonal countryside-set romance novels about a newly-qualified vet by Lucy Daniels. Read more

Editorial restructure for Hodder as Webb takes 'step back'

Hodder & Stoughton is restructuring, dividing both its fiction and non-fiction publishing teams into two publishing units each, because non-fiction publishing director Rowena Webb is taking a "step back from... Read more

Talulah Riley in two-book deal with Hodder

Hodder & Stoughton has confirmed a two-book deal with actress, director, screenwriter and entrepreneur Talulah Riley. Read more

New 'life-affirming' Jodi Picoult book to Hodder

Hodder is set to publish a new "thought-provoking" and "life-affirming" novel from Jodi Picoult entitled Small Great Things. Read more

Herdman joins Hodder from Curtis Brown

Hodder & Stoughton is strengthening its fiction department by appointing Curtis Brown's Emma Herdman and promoting two people. Read more

Pictures of the week

The school summer holiday is the perfect time for a family craft workshop, and you can see pictures from Yasmeen's Ismail event, as well as... Read more

H&S extends Hannah deal

Hodder & Stoughton has acquired world rights in four new psychological suspense novels by Sophie Hannah, including her first stand-alone suspense, A Game for All... Read more

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