Jonathan Cape has landed Monsters, the first full-length graphic novel in 35 years from legendary comic book artist Barry Windsor-Smith.
Dan Franklin, associate publisher at Jonathan Cape, is due to retire after 26 years at the Vintage imprint.
Ian McEwan is releasing a new novella at the end of this month, a “biting political satire” on Brexit about a man’s metamorphosis into the... Read more
Jonathan Cape's Dan Franklin has said he wouldn't be able to publish Vladimir Nabokov's controversial classic Lolita - about a man's obsession with a 12-year-old... Read more
Jonathan Cape will publish Raymond Briggs' long-awaited Time for Lights Out in November, 13 years after the illustrator and author started work on the book about age and... Read more
Vintage has paid tribute to Pulitzer Prize and Man Booker International Prize-winning author Philip Roth as "one the greatest American novelists of the 20th century”... Read more
Jonathan Cape has acquired a new novel by Man Booker prize-winning author Howard Jacobson about love in old age.
Digital publisher Dan Franklin is leaving Penguin Random House UK on 14th July, with his role made redundant.
Jonathan Cape is publishing a new novel by Ian McEwan in September.
Retaining a focus on digital is crucial, say publishers, with the consumption of texts on mobile devices growing and children’s interaction with media being transformed.... Read more