Fourth Estate has pre-empted How to Be Sad by Helen Russell, described as "part grief memoir, part manifesto for a change in the way we talk about... Read more
Alix O’Neill’s memoir of growing up in a Republican area of Belfast during the 1990s has gone to Fourth Estate
A book about how emotions have shaped the world by academic Dr Richard Firth-Godbehere has gone to 4th Estate in a four-publisher auction.
HarperCollins imprint 4th Estate will publish an investigation into innovation by science writer Matt Ridley.
4th Estate has bought the first book by BBC Radio 4 Today presenter Mishal Husain, described as "the ultimate handbook for women".... Read more
Fourth Estate has acquired on proposal a book about American blues music by Natasha Peskin. Described as "part travel, part memoir and part oral history",... Read more
Fourth Estate has acquired on proposal a book about American blues music that is “part travel, part memoir and part oral history” by Natasha Peskin.... Read more