Karolina Sutton looks at publishing's appetite for debuts.
Are there are too many literary agencies? All other sectors of the industry have consolidated in response to digital disruption—publishers, booksellers, wholesalers and public relations... Read more
Margaret Atwood’s follow-up to The Handmaid’s Tale was subject of intense media scrutiny and—as its publisher and agent reveal—repeated hacking attacks and tight security processes.... Read more
Margaret Atwood’s literary agent Karolina Sutton of Curtis Brown has revealed how the agency was besieged by a “carefully orchestrated” campaign by cyber criminals attempting... Read more
Century will publish Tony Parsons’ first standalone psychological thriller.
Bloomsbury Children’s Books has scooped two more “comedy gold dust" adventures from writer Jo Simmons and illustrator Nathan Reed.
BHP Comics has signed with Curtis Brown for the agency to represent the indie publisher's film and TV rights.
Little, Brown has signed the first memoir by cartoonist and illustrator Gerald Scarfe, alongside a lavish fully-illustrated retrospective of his six decades in the business.... Read more
HQ has triumphed in a four-way auction for an "inspiring and deeply moving" novel by Josie Lloyd, inspired by her own experience, about a woman reclaiming her... Read more
Bloomsbury has won a first-hand account of postpartum psychosis by Curtis Brown associate agent Catherine Cho, in a six-way auction.