Tagged: Rebecca Carter

William Collins takes Tennant's 'brilliantly original' Cuba history

William Collins has picked up debut writer J S Tennant’s “brilliantly original” history of Cuba. Read more

Derek B Miller’s first sci-fi novel goes to Jo Fletcher Books

Jo Fletcher Books, Quercus’ fantasy and science fiction imprint, will publish Derek B Miller’s first sci-fi novel, Radio Life. Read more

Neblett's 'powerful' debut to William Heinemann

William Heinemann has acquired debut novel King of Rabbits by Karla Neblett, about "how a little boy perceives the world and how his environment leads him on a path... Read more

Puffin unveils 'ultimate children’s guide to space and time' from Lucy and Stephen Hawking

Puffin will publish a science book combining information from Stephen Hawking and daughter Lucy’s fiction series George’s Secret Key to the Universe, together with new content... Read more

Quercus signs 'devastating' account of South African farmers' deaths

Quercus imprint MacLehose Press has signed BBC Africa editor Andrew Harding’s “shocking and devastating” true crime account of the deaths of two farm labourers in South... Read more

Picador bags Laing's essay collection on importance of art

Picador has bagged a new collection of essays by prize-winning writer and critic Olivia Laing about the importance of art. Read more

Obituary: Diana Athill

Diana Athill’s publishers and agent pay tribute to the renowned memoirist and editor.   Read more

Chadwick's debut short story collection to Splice

Birmingham-based small press Splice has acquired world rights to Above the Fat, the début short story collection of Thomas Chadwick.... Read more

Vanity Fair editor Porter moves to Quercus

Henry Porter, thriller writer and UK editor of Vanity Fair, has moved to Quercus. Read more

Picador picks up second book from Stevens

Picador has acquired a new book by Nell Stevens, author of forthcoming Bleaker House. Read more

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