Tagged: Trapeze

Publishing at warp-speed

First-time author Peter Dunne on the speed of the publishing industry. Read more

'Imprints have an important role as trade brands'

The announcement of a new imprint might seem like another corporate PR exercise. Why bother when few - if any - readers buy a book... Read more

Bolton's Craftsman trilogy optioned for TV

Sharon Bolton's The Craftsman trilogy has been optioned by the same producers of the hit TV series "Killing Eve", Sid Gentle Films. Read more

Headline's Grace Paul joins Trapeze

Grace Paul is joining Trapeze as senior commissioning editor for non-fiction. Read more

Glastonbury Festival raises the bar for Trapeze

A host of big names—including several past headliners—have contributed to the official book celebrating the 50th anniversary of Glastonbury Festival. Read more

Trapeze wins four-way auction to techno-duo Orbital's story

Anna Valentine, publisher at Trapeze, has won world rights in a four-way auction to Halcyon On and On by "techno-rave pioneers" Orbital, writing with Andy... Read more

Trapeze buys debut 'Five Steps to Happy' in 48-hour pre-empt

Trapeze Books has acquired journalist Ella Dove’s debut in a 48-hour pre-empt, a novel about learning to live life to the full as a survivor... Read more

Trapeze falls for 'The Matchmaker'

Trapeze has signed a novel about a successful matchmaker said to be inspired by a love of TV series "First Dates". Read more

Trapeze signs two-book deal with Alison Belsham

Trapeze has signed a new two-book deal with thriller writer Alison Belsham, taking her debut The Tattoo Thief on into a trilogy.... Read more

Trapeze bags School Run comedy

Trapeze is publishing a comedy called The School Run about how far two friends will go to get their child into the perfect school.... Read more

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