Little, Brown has bought the rights to a book by Paul Jones on intrepid cyclists who have ridden the length of Britain.
The Spare Room Project is re-launching with “a fresh identity” and new sponsor in Penguin Random House UK.
Profile Books' cycling imprint Pursuit is to publish The Medal Factory, the first history of the controversial British Cycling organisation, which is the main national governing... Read more
The Book Marketing Society is launching the second series of its Masterclasses with publisher and consultant James Spackman, after the success of the original events... Read more
A pilot scheme to help regional diversity in publishing has launched to offer accommodation to those who live outside of London and don’t have somewhere to stay... Read more
Pursuit, the cycling imprint of Profile Books, is to publish a book on "controversial cycling superstar" and five time winner of the Tour de France,... Read more
Pursuit, Profile Books’ cycling imprint, has acquired Colin O’Brien’s history of cycling race, the Giro d’Italia.
Profile is set to launch a new imprint, Profile Pursuit, which will publish “high quality and original” cycling books. James Spackman, formerly m.d of Watkins... Read more
James Spackman, former managing director of Watkins Media [pictured], has left the company to concentrate on agenting and publishing for cycling books. He will be... Read more