Tagged: The History Press

Flint scoops two climate change titles in time for COP26 summit

Flint Books, an imprint of The History Press, has acquired two "urgent and instructive" titles on sustainability and climate change to publish in time for the... Read more

Flint to publish Gomes four-day working week argument

Flint, an imprint of The History Press, will publish Friday is the New Saturday: How a Four-Day Working Week Will Save the Economy by Pedro Gomes. ... Read more

Hamilton to manage PR and marketing at History Press

Cynthia Hamilton has been appointed as head of PR and marketing at The History Press.  Read more

The History Press acquires 'fresh and vital perspective' on German Empire

The History Press will publish Blood and Iron: The Rise and Fall of the German Empire 1871–1918 by Katja Hoyer for 150th anniversary of the unification... Read more

History Press to publish 'feline biography' by Oliver Soden

The History Press will publish a novel about an 18th-century cat, Jeoffry: The Poet’s Cat by Oliver Soden. Read more

History Press acquires 'fierce, funny, feminist takedown' by Anneka Harry

The History Press will publish Lady Sidekick: 50 Tired Tropes for Women by Anneka Harry in October 2020.  Read more

History Press signs Ghee Bowman's debut to mark Dunkirk anniversary

The History Press will publish historian Ghee Bowman's debut non-fiction book, The Indian Contingent, for the 80th anniversary of the Dunkirk evacuation.... Read more

The History Press to launch new imprint in 2020

​The History Press will launch a new publishing imprint in 2020, with a list focused on "books that spark".  Read more

History Press lands book on Lord Boothby and Ronnie Kray

The History Press has scooped an "enthralling" book by Daniel Smith on how establishment forces reportedly tried to suppress a story about Lord Boothby and Ronnie... Read more

History Press prepares for move with two new hires

The History Press is gearing up to relocate to Cheltenham as it enters an “important phase in growth” with two new hires to start the... Read more

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