Granta Books has bought two books by the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize-winning author Jenny Erpenbeck.
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
Portobello Books has acquired The End of Bias, a "ground-breaking" book by American journalist Jessica Nordell following a "heated" nine-way auction.
Portobello Books is launching a new non-fiction prize for unpublished writers, in association with literary agency C+W and retailer Foyles.
Granta has promoted Max Porter to editorial director of Granta and Portobello Books.
The winner of the "newly evolved" Man Booker International Prize 2016 is The Vegetarian by South Korean author Han Kang, translated by Deborah Smith (Portobello Books).... Read more
Portobello Books has acquired The Things We Lost in the Fire - a “chilling, compulsive” collection of gothic short stories - at auction. UK and... Read more
Although rooted in books and publishing, Max Porter has gone against the grain at almost every opportunity with his début book, Grief is the Thing... Read more
German writer and director Jenny Erpenbeck has won the 2015 Independent Foreign Fiction Prize for The End of Days (Portobello Books), translated by Susan Bernofsky,... Read more
Portobello Books has signed a project Rose George, exploring our relationship with blood. From Blood: Around the World in Nine Pints will see George looking... Read more