Tagged: Hannah Westland

Clarke signs two-book deal with Serpent's Tail

Serpent’s Tail has bought two books from British novelist James Clarke, including "an extraordinary portrait of a Lancashire valley and its inhabitants". Read more

Serpent’s Tail signs 'timely' new novel by Susan Choi

Serpent’s Tail has acquired Trust Exercise, the "timely" new novel by American writer Susan Choi. Read more

Sarah Perry reveals 'even more ambitious' next novel

Serpent’s Tail has acquired Melmoth, the new novel from Sarah Perry, author of 2016 British Book Awards' Book of the Year The Essex Serpent (Serpent's Tail).... Read more

Serpent's Tail to publish exploration of Jo Cox's murder

Serpent’s Tail is to publish Things That Divide Us, an exploration of the murder of Labour MP Jo Cox and the rise of nationalism and... Read more

'Powerfully intelligent' Attenberg novel to Serpent's Tail

Serpent’s Tail has acquired Jami Attenberg’s "powerfully intelligent and wickedly funny" new novel All Grown Up. Read more

Two Kobek novels to Serpent's Tail

Serpent’s Tail has acquired two novels, I Hate the Internet and Never Let it Stop, by Turkish-American author Jarett Kobek.... Read more

Eileen Myles poetry to Tuskar Rock

Tuskar Rock has acquired I Must Be Living Twice: New and Selected Poems 1975 – 2014 by poet and radical icon Eileen Myles. Read more

North Korean short story series to Serpent’s Tail

Serpent’s Tail has pre-empted UK & Commonwealth rights to The Accusation, a collection of short stories by North Korean writer, Bandi - a man who... Read more

Profile promotes Westland to editorial deputy

Profile Books has promoted Hannah Westland to the position of Andrew Franklin’s editorial deputy. Westland has been the publisher at Serpent’s Tail since 2012, and... Read more

Tuskar Rock to publish Kraus' feminist novel

Tuskar Rock Press will publish I Love Dick, the autobiographical-novel by American writer Chris Kraus. The book was originally published in 1997 by Kraus’s own... Read more

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