Tagged: David Higham Associates

DHA launches virtual open day

David Higham Associates (DHA) has announced this year's open day will take place online, owing to the Covid-19 pandemic. Read more

Crime author Sarah Hilary moves to Pan Macmillan

Pan Macmillan has acquired Sarah Hilary's latest standalone novel, Fragile.  Read more

Martin Brown to pen series set in the Stone Age for Piccadilly Press

​Horrible Histories illustrator Martin Brown is beginning a new fiction series aimed at readers aged 7+ and set in the Stone Age for Bonnier Books' Piccadilly Press. ... Read more

Hamish Hamilton to publish 'The Lost Spells' by Macfarlane and Morris

Hamish Hamilton will publish The Lost Spells, a new collaboration from Robert Macfarlane and Jackie Morris, later this year.... Read more

Endeavour bags untold story of forensics pioneer Lee

Octopus imprint Endeavour has bagged the untold story of forensics pioneer Frances Glessner Lee by investigator Bruce Goldfarb. Read more

Canongate scoops new nature writing The Oak Papers

Canongate is publishing a meditation on the natural world based on one man’s relationship with a tree, The Oak Papers by James Canton.... Read more

Fitzcarraldo Editions acquires 'radical' Hattrick debut

Fitzcarraldo Editions has acquired the debut book by Alice Hattrick, combining memoir, medical history and biography to uncover untold case histories of medically unexplained and... Read more

Headline scoops Bravo's guide to ditching fast fashion

Headline Home has scooped a “call to action” from journalist Lauren Bravo offering advice on how to ditch fast fashion in favour of repairing, recycling... Read more

Pan Mac signs Waterstones bookseller's magical folk ballad reimagining

Pan Macmillan has signed Waterstones bookseller Lucy Holland’s “incredibly special” reimagining of a folk ballad set in magical ancient Britain. Read more

Picador bags short stories and novel from Mary South

Picador has bagged a satirical short story collection and novel from US writer Mary South. Read more

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