Tagged: Emad Akhtar

Trapeze scoops Hell of a Book by Mott

Trapeze will publish Hell of a Book by Jason Mott, a "timely and timeless" novel which aims to get to the heart of racism and the hidden... Read more

Orion strikes two-book deal with Hulse

Orion Fiction has bought two more novels from Caroline Hulse, including All the Fun of the Fair, billed as "a hilarious and poignant coming-of-age story like no other".... Read more

W&N to publish Britsch’s 'razor-sharp, darkly funny' debut Sad Janet

W&N is publishing Lucie Britsch’s "blackly hilarious" debut Sad Janet. Read more

Orion to publish author–translator’s crime series set in Second World War Paris

Orion has acquired four Second World War crime novels by translator, travel writer and author Chris Lloyd.  Read more

Orion signs three from Arlidge in high six-figure deal

Orion Fiction has bought three books from bestselling thriller author and "Silent Witness" screenwriter M J Arlidge for a "high six-figure sum". Read more

Orion to publish lost Rankin novel in November

Orion Fiction is to publish Westwind in November, a “lost” Ian Rankin novel which has been out of print for nearly 30 years.... Read more

Quinn thriller goes to Orion for six figures after seven-way auction

Orion has secured a thriller by Brighton-based journalist Catherine Quinn through a “significant six-figure” deal following a seven-way auction. Read more

Orion Fiction promotes Akhtar to publisher as Pathak steps up

Orion Fiction has promoted Emad Akhtar to publisher, while Francesca Pathak will step up to publishing director. Read more

Orion inks flurry of deals

Orion has acquired "a hilarious and heartwarming" début by Caroline Hulse at auction and a collection of short stories from Man Booker shortlistee Emily Fridlund.... Read more

W&N to publish essay collection Goodbye, Europe

Weidenfeld & Nicolson is publishing Goodbye, Europe, a collection of personal essays, anecdotes, short stories and illustrations exploring our relationship with Europe. ... Read more

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