Tagged: Jo Unwin

Carty-Williams' debut Queenie lands six-figure deal

Orion Publishing has acquired Candice Carty-Williams' debut novel, Queenie, in a six-figure deal. Read more

Kit de Waal pens 'sweeping love story' for second novel

Viking is publishing a second novel from Kit de Waal in spring 2018. Read more

Feminist Killjoy diary to Picador in 'closely-fought' auction

Picador has won a “closely-fought” auction for Diary of a Feminist Killjoy and a further book from one of the "No More Page Three" campaigners.... Read more

Viking to publish Nina Stibbe’s An Almost Perfect Christmas

Viking is publishing Nina Stibbe’s An Almost Perfect Christmas, a comedic non-fiction book exploring festive cooking and customs, and the highs and lows of the Christmas season. ... Read more

Quercus to publish handwriting expert Emma Bache's first book

Quercus has bought graphologist and psychotherapist Emma Bache’s first book, Reading Between the Lines, an "enlightening and entertaining" guide to what our handwriting says about us.... Read more

Ebury strikes worldwide Black Mirror deal with Charlie Brooker

Ebury Publishing imprint Del Rey is set to publish an original series of books inspired by the hit Netflix original show "Black Mirror", edited by its creator Charlie Brooker.... Read more

Screenwriter Mark Illis' first children's book to Quercus

Quercus Children's Books has acquired author and screenwriter Mark Illis' first children's book, The Impossible, and its sequel. ... Read more

Comedian Olaf Falafel signs with HarperCollins Children's

HarperCollins Children’s Books has signed a picture book deal with comedian Olaf Falafel. Read more

Unwin goes solo with 'dream' independent agency

Jo Unwin is embarking on her “dream” of owning a fully-independent literary agency after nearly three years of working in association with Rogers, Coleridge and... Read more

Usborne pre-empts younger reader series

Usborne has bought a series by debut children’s author Hayley Scott in a pre-empt, three-book deal. Read more

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