Tagged: Michal Shavit

'Phenomenal' Hammad debut sells to Cape and 11 other territories

An “extraordinary” debut novel, The Parisian, from 27-year-old London-born writer Isabella Hammad is making waves with 11 international territories sold. Read more

'Cat Person' to be published as standalone paperback

Jonathan Cape will publish the New Yorker short story which went viral, ‘Cat Person’, as a standalone paperback. Read more

Travelers pitches up at Jonathan Cape

Jonathan Cape has pre-empted UK and Commonwealth rights to Regina Porter's début The Travelers. Read more

Cape bags 'international sensation' The Altruists

Jonathan Cape has acquired debut novel The Altruists by 25-year-old Andrew Ridker.  Read more

Two new Evie Wyld novels to Jonathan Cape

Jonathan Cape has acquired two new novels from British-Australian novelist and major literary prize-winner Evie Wyld. Read more

Bea Hemming joins Jonathan Cape

Bea Hemming, editorial director at Weidenfeld & Nicolson, is joining Jonathan Cape as deputy publishing director. Read more

Sky News editor pens non-fiction debut on British identity

Jonathan Cape is publishing BRIT(ish): Getting Under the Skin of Britain’s Race Problem by Afua Hirsch, social affairs editor for Sky News.... Read more

Shavit to succeed Franklin at Cape

Dan Franklin will step down from his role as publishing director at Jonathan Cape at the end of the year, with Michal Shavit [pictured], currently... Read more

New roles for PRH's Franklin and Cugnoni

Dan Franklin is to step away from his divisional responsibilities at Penguin Random House’s Vintage, but will remain publishing director at Jonathan Cape. Meanwhile Rachel... Read more

Harvill snaps up Spanish début

Harvill Secker has acquired UK & Commonwealth rights, excluding Canada, to This Too Shall Pass, the first novel by Spanish author Milena Busquets. Editorial director... Read more

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