Daniel Crewe and Martina O'Sullivan are to take up new roles at Penguin General with the departure of publisher Venetia Butterfield, who will become m.d.... Read more
Viking has signed an “epic” biography of Malcolm X by Les Payne and Tamara Payne, drawing on three decades of author interviews to rewrite much... Read more
Viking has signed the “unputdownable” Paris ’44 by military historian Patrick Bishop, to be published for the 80th anniversary of the city's liberation.... Read more
HarperCollins’ Tom Killingbeck is joining Viking as editorial director as Jack Ramm leaves the PRH imprint to set up an editorial services company.... Read more
Viking will publish In Search of Beethoven by Oxford professor Laura Tunbridge for the 250th anniversary of the composer’s birth in 2020.... Read more
Viking has bought a narrative history of the Allied bombing of Dresden by historian Sinclair McKay, author behind the Christmas hit Bletchley Park Brainteasers (Headline).... Read more
Penguin Life is publishing monk Haemin Sunim’s second book, Love for Imperfect Things, providing "inspiring and practical advice for turning to ‘self-care’ and acceptance".... Read more
Viking is publishing a new book by presidential historian and Pulitzer Prize winner Doris Kearns Goodwin.
Viking has acquired “a landmark history of philosophy” by Professor A C Grayling, as part of a two book deal.
Author Mark Forsyth who specialises in the meaning and etymology of English words, has moved to publisher Viking from Icon Books.... Read more