Tagged: susanna wadeson

Transworld acquires 'wild' account of remote island living

Transworld has acquired Tamsin Calidas’s I Am An Island, her account of 15 years living on a croft on a remote island in the Hebrides.... Read more

Wadeson to lead Transworld's Non-Fiction division

Transworld's Susanna Wadeson has been promoted to publishing director, head of non-fiction, taking over the leadership of the company’s non-fiction team.... Read more

Transworld pre-empts Wired editor's quest for innovation

Transworld has pre-empted a book on innovation from the founding editor-in-chief of Wired magazine’s UK edition, David Rowan.... Read more

Transworld acquires Our Planet Netflix tie-in

Transworld is publishing the tie-in to a new eight-part natural history series, narrated by David Attenborough, from the creators of BBC's "Planet Earth" Alastair Fothergill and Keith Scholey. ... Read more

Transworld to publish barrister Sarah Langford's memoir

Transworld has acquired Without Fear or Favour, a personal memoir by barrister Sarah Langford. Read more

Transworld shows faith in Dawkins

Transworld has acquired an anthology of writing by author and scientist Richard Dawkins. Read more

Transworld acquires guide to algorithms in six-figure pre-empt

Transworld has acquired an "insider's guide" to algorithms as part of a two-book deal in a pre-emptive six figure bid.... Read more

Transworld acquires unagented debut thriller What Alice Knew

Transworld Publishers has acquired What Alice Knew, an addictive psychological thriller by an unagented debut author TA Cotterell.... Read more

Living with Death by Professor Dame Sue Black to Transworld

Transworld has bought Living with Death by Professor Dame Sue Black, a book by one of the world’s leading forensic anthropologists.... Read more

Frankfurt: women-centred stories dominate

The firing pistol for the annual rights frenzy ahead of the Frankfurt Book Fair (FBF) has sounded, with publishers battling it out to find the... Read more

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