Juliet Mabey at Oneworld has won a five-way auction for Tayari Jones’ An American Marriage.
Arts Council England’s report into the crisis in literary fiction should serve as a "wake up call" to the industry which needs to "radically rethink" how it presents the genre,... Read more
Oneworld is to publish a "searing" novel set in occupied Singapore by Oxford graduate Jing-Jing Lee.
Oneworld has acquired The Baghdad Clock by Iraqi author Shahad al Rawi, originally published in Arabic by Dar al-Hikma in 2016.
Oneworld publisher Juliet Mabey has rights to Elle, a “stunning” psychological thriller by Philippe Djian.
Oneworld has acquired Joseph Cassara’s The House of Impossible Beauties, a "dazzling" first novel inspired by New York's underground ballroom scene of the 70s and... Read more
Retailer Foyles has chosen Paul Beatty’s Man Booker Prize-winning The Sellout as its book of the year, pledging to promote the title heavily online and... Read more
The Society of Authors (SoA) has called on publishers to give authors “the right to say no” to high-discounting practices as part of its campaign... Read more
Oneworld co-founder Juliet Mabey on the lessons the indie list has learned in its 30 years, and its commitment to diversity.
Oneworld publisher Juliet Mabey has ordered a 120,000 reprint of Paul Beatty's The Sellout for the UK market following its Man Booker win. The book,... Read more