Tagged: Penguin Press

Particular scoops Mitchell's Caribbean cookbook in four-way auction

Particular Books has won a four-way auction for Kin, a Caribbean cookbook with “serious cultural intent” by Marie Mitchell. Read more

Allen Lane wins nine-way auction for Fryar's Britain and Caribbean history

Allen Lane has won a nine-way auction for an “ambitious and resonant” history of Britain’s relationship with the Caribbean by writer and academic Christienna Fryar.... Read more

Allen Lane wins three-way tussle for debut Free and Equal

Allen Lane has won a three-way auction for an "ambitious and uplifting political intervention", grounded in the thought of John Rawls, by economist, philosopher and debut... Read more

Penguin to publish sequel to Peterson's 12 Rules for Life in March

Penguin will publish the sequel to Jordan B Peterson's 12 Rules for Life (Generic, 2018) globally on 2nd March 2021. ... Read more

Deighton to become Penguin Modern Classics author

Penguin Press will publish all of Len Deighton’s novels and three works of non-fiction as Penguin Modern Classics in 2021.  Read more

Allen Lane signs 'groundbreaking' history of motherhood

Allen Lane has won Mother State, a political history of motherhood by debut author Helen Charman, in a four-way auction. ... Read more

Allen Lane signs 'radical new analysis of health and disease'

Allen Lane, an imprint of Penguin Press, will publish Inflamed by Doctor Rupa Marya and economist Raj Patel.  Read more

HQ pre-empts Jane Fonda's climate manifesto

HQ has snapped up Jane Fonda’s new book, What Can I Do? My Path from Climate Despair to Action. Read more

Owen Jones to question failures of the Left in new non-fiction

Penguin Press is publishing a new non-fiction book from journalist and author Owen Jones: This Land: The story of a movement. Read more

Penguin Press' Rosie Glaisher to retire after 32 years

Penguin Press publicity director Rosie Glaisher is retiring next week after 32 years at the company. Read more

Subscribe to RSS - Penguin Press