Tagged: Penguin Books

Allen Lane lands second title from Emma Dabiri

Allen Lane will publish Emma Dabiri's What White People Can Do Next, an "essential and practical guide that urges a movement from allyship to coalition". ... Read more

Books of the Month: July 2020

Every month, The Bookseller's expert previewers highlight a selection of the new fiction, non-fiction, children's and paperback titles coming out. Here, we share their top... Read more

Allen Lane acquires new exploration of social history by Isabel Wilkerson

Allen Lane, an imprint of Penguin UK, will publish Caste: The Lies that Divide Us, an exploration of social history by Isabel Wilkerson. ... Read more

Penguin to publish Salinger works as e-books for first time

Penguin Books UK is publishing all four of J D Salinger’s works as e-books for the first time, as part of celebrations marking the centenary... Read more

Penguin to publish sequel to McManus' One of Us is Lying

Penguin Books will publish a sequel to Karen M McManus’ bestselling YA thriller One Of Us Is Lying, entitled One of Us is Next.  ... Read more

404 Ink signs first international rights deal with Goldblum Variations

404 Ink has sold its flash fiction favourite The Goldblum Variations to Penguin Books, marking the indie publisher's first international rights deal.... Read more

Women's earnings 1.6% higher at PRH UK, gender pay gap report reveals

Women at Penguin Random House UK on average earn 1.6% more than men working at the company, the publisher has disclosed in its gender pay gap report.... Read more

Fig Tree scoops Florence Welch's debut

Singer-songwriter Florence Welch has signed her first book - an illustrated collection of lyrics and poetry. Read more

Sir Allen Lane honoured with orange plaque at Exeter railway station

The founder of Penguin Books, Sir Allen Lane, has been commemorated with an "orange plaque" at Exeter St David’s railway station - the same station... Read more

Virago to publish true spy tale optioned by Paramount

Virago has acquired A Woman of No Importance, the true story of an American WWII spy Virginia Hall, by author, journalist and broadcaster Sonia Purnell. ... Read more

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