Tagged: Janklow & Nesbit UK

Sceptre picks up Assadi's 'darkly romantic' second novel

Sceptre has acquired The Stars Are Not Yet Bells, Hannah Lillith Assadi's "darkly romantic and beautifully immersive" second novel. ... Read more

Fourth Estate snaps up Schitt's Creek writer Heisey's debut in 48-hour pre-empt

Fourth Estate has snapped up a "devastatingly funny and sharply bittersweet" debut novel from comedian and "Schitt's Creek" screenwriter Monica Heisey in a 48-hour pre-empt.... Read more

Allen Lane pre-empts Clancy's 'astonishing' Mind Games

Allen Lane has pre-empted Mind Games, an “astonishing” debut non-fiction work by Dr Kelly Clancy explaining how scientists have begun to understand and exploit the power... Read more

Sceptre pre-empts Burton's 'history of self-creation'

Sceptre has pre-empted Self-Made by journalist and novelist Tara Isabella Burton, a history of "self-making" from the Renaissance to the present day, promising "a brilliant contribution to the history... Read more

Two more Brontë mysteries for Hodder

Hodder & Stoughton has acquired two more books in The Brontë Mysteries series by Rowan Coleman, who will continue to publish the books under the pen... Read more

Quercus wins 'immersive' debut of fictional rock and roll duo Opal & Nev

Quercus Fiction has acquired The Final Revival of Opal & Nev, a "deeply poignant" and "compelling" debut novel by US author Dawnie Walton about a rock... Read more

Transworld snaps up physicist Helen Czerski's ocean book

Transworld has snapped up a book about oceans from Helen Czerski, a physicist specialising in bubbles and breaking waves. Read more

Chadwick's debut short story collection to Splice

Birmingham-based small press Splice has acquired world rights to Above the Fat, the début short story collection of Thomas Chadwick.... Read more

Nelson swaps RCW for J&N

Zoë Nelson is to become rights director at Janklow & Nesbit (J&N) UK after an eight-year stint at Rogers, Coleridge and White.... Read more

Vanity Fair editor Porter moves to Quercus

Henry Porter, thriller writer and UK editor of Vanity Fair, has moved to Quercus. Read more

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