Tagged: Sophie Lambert

Armstrong and Lambert join directors in C&W revamp

A revamped structure at C&W sees Sue Armstrong and Sophie Lambert appointed as directors, joining Clare Conville and Jake Smith-Bosanquet, to future-proof the agency against "the thrilling challenges ahead".... Read more

'Urgent hymn to nature's healing power' to William Collins

William Collins has acquired a new book by Cal Flyn, Islands of Abandonment, said to be a lyrical and urgent study of how nature perseveres and... Read more

Lagom signs My Shit Therapist

Blink imprint Lagom has signed a "bold and irreverent" guide to dealing with poor mental health from journalist Michelle Thomas. Read more

Exploration of Pakistan's largest city wins inaugural Portobello Prize

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

Little, Brown pre-empts 'The Poor Unfortunates'

Little, Brown has acquired The Poor Unfortunates: Stories from a Safety Net Hospital by Ricardo Nuila in a 48-hour pre-empt. ... Read more

Piatkus scoops Ballantyne's 'chilling' teacher novel

Piatkus has bought two new books from The Guilty One author Lisa Ballantyne including a “mesmerising” domestic crime novel. Read more

Two more Cummins thrillers to Pan Mac

Pan Macmillan has bought two more books from thriller writer Fiona Cummins, whose debut Rattle published in hardback earlier this year. Read more

Portobello launches literary non-fiction prize

Portobello Books is launching a new non-fiction prize for unpublished writers, in association with literary agency C+W and retailer Foyles. Read more

Transworld pre-empts The Lost Pianos of Siberia

Transworld has pre-empted The Lost Pianos of Siberia by Sophy Roberts, a story of the "forgotten" instruments and of Siberia, its people and its musical... Read more

Trapeze signs debut Channel Islands crime series

Trapeze has signed a crime series set in the Channel Islands by debut author Lara Dearman.  Read more

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