Pushkin Vertigo will publish London-based psychotherapist Maxine Mei-Fung Chung’s début novel with film rights snapped up by Jason Bateman for Netflix.
Books published by Pushkin, Peirene, Carcanet and Nordisk, as well as by the New York Review of Books, have been shortlisted for the £2,000 Oxford-Weidenfeld Prize,... Read more
It was a mixed bag for the 16 members of the Independent Alliance, with its biggest member bagging the Man Booker and others enjoying big-screen... Read more
Independent publishers have dominated the shortlist for a new award for debuts from literary periodical The London Magazine.
Pushkin Children’s Books has acquired a debut novel by Nadine Wild-Palmer.
Pushkin Children’s Books has announced its second open submission initiative, following on from the success of the first round last year, which led to the... Read more
Pushkin Press imprint ONE has acquired Paul Howarth’s debut novel Only Killers & Thieves.
Nottingham-based theatre company New Perspectives will be adapting Chigozie Obioma's Man Booker-shortlisted novel The Fishermen (Pushkin) for stage next year. ... Read more
Pushkin Press celebrated its 20th anniversary at the London Library, a “particularly appropriate” venue, according to managing director Adam Freundenheim.
Pushkin Press has signed The Peace Machine by journalist and free-speech activist Özgür Mumcu, whose father, an investigative journalist for the Cumhuriyet newspaper, was assassinated... Read more