Fleet is publishing investigative reporter Ronan Farrow’s Catch and Kill, about his year-long investigation into sexual misconduct which triggered the #MeToo movement.... Read more
Fleet has acquired world rights to Nina X by Ewan Morrison.
Fleet has acquired Adelle Stripe's debut novel, Black Teeth and a Brilliant Smile, first published in July by Hull-based indie Wrecking Ball Press and shortlisted for the Gordon... Read more
Fleet has acquired American author Claire Messud’s new novel The Burning Girl, to publish in September 2017.
Fleet has acquired a debut novel The First Day, introducing its author, filmmaker Phil Harrison, as a "major new voice".
The BBC is making an hour-long documentary about the founding of Virago for BBC Four.
"It's a little bit like marrying myself," commented publisher Ursula Doyle [pictured] at the launch party for her new imprint, Fleet, at the Horse Hospital... Read more
The appeal of the psychological thriller shows no sign of waning, according to publishers predicting the trends for 2016, following The Girl on the Train's ride to success... Read more
Editors predicting 2016's trends for non-fiction have been left guessing after "unpredictable" successes Norwegian Wood by Lars Mytting (MacLehose Press) and the Ladybird Books for... Read more
Ahead of launching in May, the logo for Little, Brown UK's new literary imprint, Fleet, has been unveiled, featuring an upright brown hare.... Read more