Tagged: Helen Garnons-Williams

Fourth Estate wins five-publisher auction for refugee investigation

Fourth Estate has won a five-publisher auction for My Fourth Time, We Drowned, a “powerful and ground-breaking” investigation into the plight of refugees from journalist Sally... Read more

Fourth Estate signs PRH editor's 'dazzling' debut for six figures

Fourth Estate has won a five-publisher auction for the “dazzling” debut novel from PRH assistant editor Kasim Ali, in a six-figure two-book deal.... Read more

Fourth Estate gets Together with Temelkuran

Fourth Estate has landed Together: 10 Choices for a Better Now from acclaimed Turkish author and journalist Ece Temelkuran. Read more

Fourth Estate falls for Day's Failosophy

Fourth Estate has landed Failosophy: A Handbook For When Things Go Wrong, the “essential” new book by Elizabeth Day. Read more

Fourth Estate bags Reed Turrell's Please Yourself

Fourth Estate has bagged Please Yourself, an “inspirational, wise and forgiving” book from psychotherapist Emma Reed Turrell. Read more

4th Estate lands gothic debut in six-figure pre-empt

Adam Gnuse’s “haunting” gothic debut, Girl in the Walls, has gone to 4th Estate in a six-figure deal. Read more

Garnons-Williams, Killingbeck and Kelly step up at 4th Estate and William Collins

A round of promotions has been revealed across 4th Estate and William Collins with Helen Garnons-Williams promoted to associate publisher across the two HarperCollins imprints... Read more

Fourth Estate wins auction for 'blazing' autofiction debut

Fourth Estate has triumphed in an auction for a "breath-taking" debut work of autofiction about one man’s involvement in London gang-life.... Read more

Fourth Estate to publish Slay in Your Lane journal and anthology

Fourth Estate will publish two more Slay in Your Lane titles following the success of the first book by Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinené.... Read more

Fourth Estate lands 'funny, original' debut set in 2054

Fourth Estate will publish the "truly original" debut novel from British writer Simon Stephenson, set in 2054 and featuring an android. Read more

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