Borough Press will publish the debut novel of Trinidadian translator Caroline Mackenzie following a three-way auction.
Everyone remembers their first time, says the C+W agent: from acclimatising to the unique rhythms of a book fair and its social side, to finding... Read more
Wellcome Collection and Profile are publishing Joanna Cannon's first non-fiction outing, Breaking and Mending, based on her experience working as a junior doctor in the NHS.... Read more
The inaugural Portobello Prize has been awarded to "electrifying new voice" Samira Shackle for Karachi Vice, a "fresh and thrilling" non-fiction exploration of Pakistan’s largest... Read more
Our pictures round-up of this year’s London Book Fair features a toast to late literary agent Ed Victor, a host of publisher parties and a... Read more
Piatkus has bought two new books from The Guilty One author Lisa Ballantyne including a “mesmerising” domestic crime novel.
C+W has Mafianomics by journalist Misha Glenny out on submission, described as "funny, frightening, but above all, illuminating".
Portobello Books is launching a new non-fiction prize for unpublished writers, in association with literary agency C+W and retailer Foyles.
Literary agency Conville & Walsh is relaunching under the name C+W, and taking on a new agent, Richard Pike from sister company Curtis Brown.... Read more