Elliott & Thompson has scooped How to be Hopeful by writer, performer and activist Bernadette Russell.
Elliott and Thompson has acquired a “lyrical, evocative and beautiful book” from Arctic traveller and writer Nancy Campbell called Fifty Words for Snow.... Read more
Former Hutchinson senior editor Sarah Rigby is joining indie Elliott & Thompson as its publishing director, covering for publisher Jennie Condell who is on parental... Read more
Sarah Rigby, senior editor for Cornerstone imprint Hutchinson, is leaving the company after seven years, due to the “changing emphasis of Hutchinson’s publishing”.... Read more
PRH imprint Hutchinson has acquired Euny Hong’s guide to nunchi, Korea’s emotional intelligence-style principles which publishers say could be "the next big international trend".... Read more
Hutchinson has acquired an account of life on the front-line of the NHS by midwife Leah Hazard in a "hotly contested" seven-way auction.... Read more
Hutchinson has acquired a memoir by Nelson Mandela's grandson at auction for an undisclosed sum.
Hutchinson is publishing The New Mum’s Notebook, an originally self-published book, by writer and mum-blogger, Amy Ransom.
Hutchinson has bought a biography of French revolutionary Emmanuel Barthélemy whose life inspired Victor Hugo’s 1862-published novel Les Miserables.... Read more
Hutchinson has acquired a new book from historian Helen Rappaport, The Race to Save the Romanovs.