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Chambers' hit novel Small Pleasures optioned for TV

Clare Chambers' word-of-mouth hit Small Pleasures (Weidenfeld & Nicolson) has been optioned for TV adaptation by Shy Punk Productions, starring Anna Maxwell Martin.... Read more

Richard Coles' debut crime series snapped up by W&N

Reverend Richard Coles has written a series of crime novels for Weidenfeld & Nicolson, launching with Murder Before Evensong, a "twisty whodunnit" about a murder in a... Read more

W&N wins three-way auction for first biography of Agent Zo

Weidenfeld & Nicolson has won a three-way auction for the first biography of Elżbieta Zawacka, known as Agent Zo, the female Polish Second World War resistance... Read more

W&N pre-empts Patricia Highsmith's diaries 26 years after discovery

Weidenfeld & Nicolson has pre-empted Patricia Highsmith’s diaries, to be unveiled to the public for the first time as part of a global publication more than 25... Read more

W&N delays Cohen's The History Makers by nine months

Weidenfeld & Nicolson has pushed back the publication of Richard Cohen’s The History Makers for nine months, days before its UK publication, following concerns by its... Read more

Stephen McGann delivers 10-year celebration of Call the Midwife for W&N

Weidenfeld & Nicolson has signed Call the Midwife — A Labour of Love: Ten Years of Love, Life and Laughter by actor Stephen McGann, an anniversary book celebrating 10 years... Read more

W&N to publish Wolfarth's breastfeeding exploration

Weidenfeld & Nicolson has bought a "fascinating" book about the culture and history of breastfeeding by historian Joanna Wolfarth.  Read more

W&N pre-empts Mathews' 'extraordinary' debut

Weidenfeld & Nicolson has pre-empted a debut from Iowa Writers' Workshop graduate Sarah Thankam Mathews.   Read more

Meg Mason | 'I hope that you get the sense that it is everybody’s tragedy'

Meg Mason's novel about mental illness and modern love provoked a powerful response when it was published in Australia Read more

Michaelides' debut nets 'unprecedented' 50 foreign sales

Alex Michaelides’ novel The Silent Patient has reached 50 foreign sales, described as “a record-breaker" for a thriller debut.  Read more

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