Tagged: Christopher MacLehose

Christopher MacLehose to lead new imprint at Welbeck

Welbeck Publishing Group has revealed a new imprint, Mountain Leopard Press, which will be led by Christopher MacLehose. It will focus on literary work and translated literature. ... Read more

Christopher MacLehose steps back from MacLehose Press after 13 years

Christopher MacLehose has decided to leave Quercus imprint MacLehose Press, of which he was the founder and where he has been the publisher for 13 years. ... Read more

Obituary: Toni Morrison (18/02/1931-05/08/19)

Four publishing industry figures pay tribute to and share their recollections of acclaimed author and the first African-American Nobel Laureate, Toni Morrison. Read more

Quercus signs 'devastating' account of South African farmers' deaths

Quercus imprint MacLehose Press has signed BBC Africa editor Andrew Harding’s “shocking and devastating” true crime account of the deaths of two farm labourers in South... Read more

Quality control helps fiction from afar punch above its weight, says MacLehose

Christopher MacLehose, rehoused in the Hachette empire with his eponymous list, reflects on the pros and cons of big-business publishing and the health of the... Read more

'Harry Quebert' companion novel to MacLehose

MacLehose Press has acquired a new novel by Swiss author Joël Dicker, author of The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair.... Read more

MacLehose Press pre-empts Italian debut thriller

MacLehose Press has snapped up an Italian debut thriller that has sparked deals in 30 countries. Read more

Fourth Millennium book cover revealed

The fourth book in the late Stieg Larsson’s Millennium series will be called The Girl in the Spider’s Web. Quercus today (31st March) revealed the... Read more

Weidenfeld and MacLehose lauded in New Year's Honours list

Lord Weidenfeld and Christopher MacLehose are among the publishing figures recognised in the New Years honours list.  Weidenfeld, who founded the Weidenfeld & Nicolson publishing... Read more

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