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Borough Press promotes 'rising star' Charlotte Cray

Charlotte Cray will be promoted to editorial director at HarperFiction imprint The Borough Press as of 1st January, 2019. Read more

Ten-way UK tussle for Missy Carmichael

A "coming-of-old" début has been the subject of a string of deals on the eve of the fair, with HarperFiction sealing UK and Commonwealth rights... Read more

O’Brien and Shea promoted at HarperCollins

HarperCollins has made two promotions within its marketing team: Hannah O'Brien has been promoted to marketing director at HarperFiction and Avon, and Sarah Shea has... Read more

Former agent Begbie's debut sold to Clerkenwell Films

TV rights for former agent Hannah Begbie’s debut Mother have been sold to Clerkenwell Films following a four-way auction.... Read more

Hermes Gowar and Aujla marketing campaigns win plaudits

Campaigns for Imogen Hermes Gowar's The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock (Vintage) and Rupy Aujla's The Doctor's Kitchen (HarperCollins) have been ranked among the best marketing campaigns of spring 2018.... Read more

Eleanor Oliphant crowned Book of the Year

Gail Honeyman’s standout debut Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine (HarperCollins) has been named Book of the Year at The British Book Awards.... Read more

HarperFiction reveals first podcast based on Harris' debut

HarperFiction is releasing its first podcast today, featuring one of its key debuts for this year The Colour of Bee Larkham’s Murder by Sarah J Harris.... Read more

HarperFiction buys 'magical' debut from RNA awards organiser

HarperFiction has bought a debut about a 110-year-old "memory harvester" from Romantic Novelists Association awards organiser Celia J Anderson. Read more

Pictures of the week

This week's pictures round-up features Paddington Bear, Liz Earle, Jacqueline Wilson and the winners of the RNA's Awards. Read more

Borough snaps up Saunders' protégé for 'dazzling' debut

Borough Press has scooped a debut novel by British author Joe Mungo Reed, described as "dazzling" by his professor George Saunders. Read more

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