Ebury m.d. Joel Rickett has revealed the “magic” and “logistical challenges” behind the bestselling debut The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse... Read more
Ebury fiction publishing director Gillian Green is departing after 12 years, as the dedicated fiction list on Ebury Press is wound down.
Ebury imprint Vermilion has clinched the debut of psychologist Dr Pippa Grange, who has been credited with helping to transform the England team in the... Read more
Ebury is overhauling its publicity and marketing strategy and will hire a new creative and communications director as it reveals plans to create publishing hubs... Read more
Joel Rickett has been named Rebecca Smart's successor as Ebury's managing director.
W H Allen is rush-publishing a work of “speculative history” that explores what could happen if US efforts to engage with North Korea fail and... Read more
Vermilion has signed a neuroscientist to write a book pitched as "a groundbreaking, scientifically-backed successor to The Secret".
Ebury has pre-empted a new psychology book about "the conversations we have with ourselves" called Chatter.
Joel Rickett, publisher for Viking, Portfolio and Penguin Life, is taking up a new role at Penguin Random House as deputy publisher at Ebury.... Read more
Viking has acquired rights to Darkest Hour by Anthony McCarten, a non-fiction narrative history of Winston Churchill’s wartime leadership.... Read more