Tagged: Kirsty Dunseath

McBride's Deacon King Kong to Doubleday

Doubleday has acquired Deacon King Kong by National Book Award Winner James McBride. Read more

Debut The Flames to Doubleday in 'major' six-figure pre-empt

Doubleday has acquired debut novel The Flames about four women "muses" who inspired artist Egon Schiele, in a "major" six-figure pre-empt. ... Read more

Doubleday signs new Laura Zigman novel

Doubleday will publish the new novel by American novelist Laura Zigman, her first for 10 years.   Read more

Doubleday pre-empts Faber Academy graduate Ericka Waller’s debut

Doubleday has pre-empted Faber Academy graduate Ericka Waller’s debut novel, Dog Days, about the solace of canine companions “when times are hard”.   Kirsty Dunseath, publishing... Read more

Kirsty Dunseath to join Transworld

Kirsty Dunseath, who quit Orion after 16 years in October, is joining Transworld as publishing director for Doubleday. Read more

Kirsty Dunseath to leave Orion after 16 years

Kirsty Dunseath, publisher of W&N Fiction, is leaving Orion after 16 years. Read more

Kidd joins W&N as editor-at-large

Andrew Kidd has been hired as editor-at-large for Weidenfeld & Nicolson. Read more

Laura Barnett's new book Salvage to W&N

Weidenfeld & Nicolson has acquired Laura Barnett's third book, Salvage. Read more

Readers set to retreat to utopia and nostalgia in 2017

The spectre of Donald Trump and Brexit will have a big influence on book trends in 2017, publishers and agents have predicted, with opportunities in... Read more

W&N goes to Jamaica

Weidenfeld & Nicolson fiction publisher Kirsty Dunseath has bought a “magical and haunting novel set in the underbelly of Jamaica” by Kei Miller. Dunseath acquired... Read more

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