Dear booksellers, Nosy Crow publishes Refuge on 12th November. It is a book I dearly hope you will all support. Like you,... Read more
A fundraising appeal has been launched to support Nosy Crow's 32-year-old rights manager Ola Gotkowska, who was diagnosed with the degenerative illness Motor Neurone Disease earlier... Read more
Publishers have reported buoyant trading on the international stage ahead of this year’s Frankfurt Book Fair, though many are unsettled by the political backdrop, with... Read more
Nosy Crow has created an in-house export sales department with Kate Fragkopoulou joining as export sales manager.
Children’s publisher Nosy Crow is closing its in-house app department and making three members of staff redundant.
Nosy Crow will be the only publisher included on this year’s Sunday Times Lloyds SME Export Track 100, which celebrates small and medium-sized companies with fast-growing... Read more
Nosy Crow has bought the rights to three new novels by David Solomons and five by Pamela Butchart.
It has been a "bumpy year" for the trade, with the market "a little unpredictable" in the face of "huge uncertainty" created by Brexit and Donald Trump’s presidency,... Read more
Nosy Crow has created a children’s picture book based on this year’s John Lewis Christmas advert: Moz The Monster, which is published today to coincide with the... Read more
Nosy Crow will publish two books, a short story collection and a "biographical celebration", celebrating girls and women.