HarperNonFiction has pre-empted Call the Vet, a “rich and warmly funny” memoir by Bruce Fogle.
Two Roads has acquired three "glamorous social histories": Maiden Voyages by Siân Evans, The Barbizon by Paulina Bren and Kiki Man Ray by Mark Braude.... Read more
Two Roads has acquired Young Bloomsbury by Nino Strachey, exploring a second-generation group of writers and artists said to have inspired and rejuvenated the Bloomsbury Group in the 1920s.... Read more
HarperCollins will publish a part-memoir, part-polemic book about the state of public discourse in Britain by former Biteback m.d. Iain Dale.
Little, Brown imprint Sphere has acquired a book from Carla Valentine exploring the forensics of Agatha Christie novels.
Weidenfeld & Nicolson has bought UK and Commonwealth rights in How to Build a Star, a book showcasing the remarkable stories of the scientists who have dedicated... Read more
Former HarperCollins editorial director Martin Redfern is set to turn his hand to agenting, joining Diane Banks Associates as a non-fiction agent next month.... Read more
HarperCollins’ associate publisher Minna Fry and editorial director Martin Redfern have been made redundant and will leave the company today.
William Collins has signed a book on German-born Jews in the 1930s who escaped Nazi Germany, only to return to fight on the front-line. Editorial... Read more
William Collins has signed a title exploring the growth of the Islamic State, for publication in January 2015. Martin Redfern, editorial director, signed UK... Read more