Tagged: Sue Armstrong

4th Estate lands gothic debut in six-figure pre-empt

Adam Gnuse’s “haunting” gothic debut, Girl in the Walls, has gone to 4th Estate in a six-figure deal. Read more

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

Wellcome Collection/Profile to publish Joanna Cannon non-fiction

Wellcome Collection and Profile are publishing Joanna Cannon's first non-fiction outing, Breaking and Mending, based on her experience working as a junior doctor in the NHS.... Read more

Linda Duncan McLaughlin awarded The Goat Bursary

Linda Duncan McLaughlin has won the 2016 Goat Bursary created by author Joanna Cannon (pictured) and agent Sue Armstrong. Read more

The Goat Bursary launches for unpublished writers

Joanna Cannon and The Writers’ Workshop are to finance an unpublished author to attend the Festival of Writing 2016, an annual writing conference for unpublished... Read more

European trade back with a bang at LBF

The European market is back with a bang this year, with foreign publishers moving “quickly and ambitiously” to secure several big deals during the course... Read more

Killer crime series to Trapeze in six-figure pre-empt

Trapeze's commissioning editor Sam Eades has pre-empted a debut writer's killer crime series for a six-figure sum within 48 hours of receiving the manuscript.... Read more

W&N to publish new novel by Simon Wroe

Weidenfeld & Nicolson has secured rights to Here Comes Trouble, a new novel by Simon Wroe. Read more

High hopes for 2016's début novels

Publishers are kicking off 2016 with débuts they hope to launch as the next big thing. Read more

WoMentoring leads to Borough buy

HarperCollins imprint the Borough Press has signed a new novel after publisher Katie Espiner mentored the author through the WoMentoring programme. Espiner signed UK and... Read more

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