Fleet has bagged a “fascinating” feminist analysis of noughties culture by journalist Sarah Ditum.
Fleet has signed two new titles from Yara Rodrigues Fowler author of Stubborn Archivist, and Sunday Times Young Writer Award shortlistee.... Read more
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Colson Whitehead is publishing a new novel with Little, Brown imprint Fleet, Harlem Shuffle, set in Harlem in the 1960s.... Read more
Little, Brown imprint Fleet is to publish Material Girls: Why Reality Matters for Feminism by Professor Kathleen Stock, exploring ideas around gender identity and biological sex. ... Read more
Rhiannon Smith, who works across the Fleet and Sphere imprints at Little, Brown, has been promoted to editorial director.
Little, Brown says it will publish Ronan Farrow’s forthcoming book Catch and Kill as planned this month, despite legal threats from ex-National Enquirer editor Dylan Howard.... Read more
Fleet has scooped a "searing" new collection of poetry and prose from Ted Hughes Award-winner Hollie McNish.
Fleet has bagged a first collection of "hilarious" memoir-driven essays from American actress, comedian and children’s writer Jenny Slate.
Fleet has signed a “beautiful” book from ex-Granta magazine editor Sophie Harrison about how she decided to retrain as a doctor at the age of 28.... Read more
Fleet has picked up a new novel from Anakana Schofield, described by Rachel Cusk as “fiction of the rarest and darkest kind”.