Tagged: Emma Paterson

Toon's 'outstanding' debut goes to Doubleday

Sceptre editor Francine Toon has written an "outstanding gothic thriller" debut, Pine, to be published by Doubleday. Read more

Lenny Henry and Sharmaine Lovegrove contribute to Headline Windrush title

Headline is publishing a new exploration of the Windrush generation, Mother Country: a book comprising over 20 real-life stories, and including contributions from MP David Lammy, comedian Lenny... Read more

Viking explores 'age of anxiety' in second novel from Luiza Sauma

Viking is publishing a new novel about the modern condition and "our age of anxiety" from Luiza Sauma, whose debut novel, Flesh and Bone and Water,... Read more

RCW's Paterson moves to Aitken Alexander

Emma Paterson, literary agent at Rogers, Coleridge & White and a Bookseller Rising Star in 2018, is joining Aitken Alexander as an agent in October.... Read more

'Opaque' industry off-putting, inclusivity conference hears

More transparency around career paths would help a wider range of people access roles in the industry, panellists at the Building Inclusivity in Publishing conference... Read more

Building for the future: trade staff on diversity

Ahead of the ‘Building Inclusivity in Publishing Conference’ on 13th November, The Bookseller spoke to seven panelists about their experiences of inclusivity in the sector,... Read more

VICE has broad appeal for Octopus

Octopus imprint Cassell is to publish a feminist series by Zing Tsjeng, UK editor of VICE.com's women’s interest channel Broadly. Read more

Guardian 4th Estate BAME short story prize finalists revealed

Six stories have been shortlisted for the 2017 Guardian 4th Estate BAME short story prize. Read more

Viking to publish 'haunting' debut by Luiza Sauma

Viking is publishing Flesh and Bone and Water, a "haunting, brilliantly evocative" debut novel by Goldsmiths graduate Luiza Sauma.... Read more

Atlantic bags hat-trick of titles in LBF spending spree

Atlantic has completed three major acquisitions at this year’s fair. Read more

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