Tagged: Rider

Rider signs first English translation of Japanese classic

Ebury imprint Rider has acquired Genzaburo Yoshino's How Do You Live?, a bestselling Japanese classic about what really matters in life, publishing in English for... Read more

Ebury's Rider reveals new colophon

Ebury imprint Rider has unveiled a new colophon and branding to “reflect its mission to publish books with soul”. Read more

Rider signs Schmidt's 'rallying cry' for women

Rider has signed the first book from Brita Fernandez Schmidt, executive director for charity Women for Women International, featuring a foreword by Gillian Anderson and... Read more

Rider launches Classic series featuring Chopra and Frankl

Ebury's Rider imprint is releasing a Classics range this December, publishing new editions of titles by writers including Deepak Chopra, Victor E Frankl and the... Read more

Rider pre-empts 'era-defining' happiness book from Waldinger and Schulz

Ebury imprint Rider has pre-empted an “era-defining” book on happiness from Dr Robert Waldinger and Dr Marc Schulz, leaders of the Harvard Study of Adult... Read more

Bowen to join Ebury’s new Self hub

Ebury has appointed Anna Bowen as head of campaigns for its newly formed Self hub, running marketing and publicity across Vermilion and Rider. ... Read more

Rider snaps up undiscovered essays of Holocaust survivor Viktor Frankl

Rider has acquired a rediscovered collection of essays on embracing life by the worldwide bestselling author and psychiatry expert Viktor Frankl. Read more

Rider's Judith Kendra to retire

Judith Kendra, publishing director of Ebury imprint Rider Books, is retiring this September after 25 years with the publisher. Read more

Rider to publish memoir of exonerated death row inmate

Rider is publishing the memoir of a former death row inmate, one of the longest-serving, falsely imprisoned individuals in American history, Anthony Ray Hinton.... Read more

Edith Eger | 'I have a joy that is within me that I cherish so much'

Holocaust survivor and acclaimed psychologist Edith Eger talks about her extraordinary memoir. Read more

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