Monoray, part of the Octopus Publishing Group, has acquired Where Did I Go Right?: How The Left Lost Me by comedian and writer Geoff Norcott. ... Read more
Octopus imprint Monoray has acquired a "no-holds-barred" memoir from film director Oliver Stone: Chasing the Light: Writing, Directing & Surviving Platoon, Midnight Express, Scarface, Salvador & The... Read more
Monoray has acquired Deep Fakes and the Infocalypse: What You Urgently Need To Know by political commentator Nina Schick and will be publishing this July.... Read more
Monoray has acquired the true story of a young man going to take his buddies a few cans of beer—in the heat of the Vietnam... Read more
Monoray has signed a book for fans of the beautiful game from "tell-it-like-it-is" football pundit and former pro player Chris Sutton.
Jake Lingwood’s new Octopus imprint Monoray has acquired the "phenomenal" first ever oral history of 9/11 as one of its first titles.
Octopus has announced Jake Lingwood’s new imprint, named Monoray, will launch with a manifesto for change by MP Jess Phillips and a military memoir about... Read more
Jake Lingwood, who left Ebury in October after more than 20 years, is joining Hachette's Octopus Publishing to launch a new non-fiction imprint specialised in... Read more
Joel Rickett has been named Rebecca Smart's successor as Ebury's managing director.
After more than 20 years with Ebury, Jake Lingwood, the division's deputy managing director and publisher, is stepping down and leaving the company.