Max Porter’s second book Lanny (Faber) has been optioned by BBC Films, actress Rachel Weisz and The Bureau production company.
Max Porter’s follow-up to his heralded début is an equally ambitious novel centring on small-town Britain.
June Sarpong, Sophie Mackintosh, Anton du Beke and Max Porter are some of the authors preparing to take part in this year's Bookshop Day on... Read more
Portobello Books has signed Jokes for the Gunmen from Palestinian-Icelandic writer, poet, translator and journalist Mazen Maarouf.
The inaugural Portobello Prize has been awarded to "electrifying new voice" Samira Shackle for Karachi Vice, a "fresh and thrilling" non-fiction exploration of Pakistan’s largest... Read more
Faber has acquired Lanny, the "devastating" second novel from Granta editorial director Max Porter.
Manuscripts from Max Porter, Kiran Millwood Hargrave and Candice Carty-Williams are among those agents are taking to London Book Fair (LBF) next month.
Irish actor Cillian Murphy is to star in a new production based on Max Porter's debut novel Grief is the Thing with Feathers (Faber).... Read more
Stories from award-winning writers including Jeanette Winterson, Max Porter and Sarah Perry are to feature in a new collection of ghost stories from English Heritage... Read more
Granta Books is to publish Chamber Music, a "genre-defying" book from Will Ashon, whose non-fiction debut Strange Labyrinth (Granta), about wanderings in Epping Forest, is out next month.... Read more