West London-based literary agency Janklow & Nesbit has been one of the progenitors of the "brainy non-fiction" trend of recent vintage, with a number of... Read more
Weidenfeld & Nicolson has acquired two new books by Adam Rutherford, British geneticist, broadcaster and author of A Brief History Of Everyone Who Ever Lived.... Read more
Zoë Nelson is to become rights director at Janklow & Nesbit (J&N) UK after an eight-year stint at Rogers, Coleridge and White.... Read more
Penguin Life is publishing TV doctor Dr Rangan Chatterjee’s second book - tackling how we deal with stress.... Read more
The Bodley Head has signed a book that exposes the "bias, hype, incompetence and fraud" in the peer-reviewed world by Dr Stuart Ritchie following a... Read more
Weidenfeld & Nicolson is publishing a book about artificial intelligence by BuzzFeed science correspondent Tom Chivers following a three-way auction.
Head of Zeus imprint Apollo has acquired The Insomnia Museum, the debut novel from Welsh writer Laurie Canciani.
Weidenfeld & Nicolson is publishing a literary memoir of recovery from anorexia by freelance writer Laura Freeman, called The Reading Cure, after a three-publisher auction.... Read more
Penguin Life has acquired The Power of Balance by Dr Rangan Chatterjee, resident BBC doctor and star of "Doctor in the House", after a six-way... Read more
Pan Macmillan has won Francesca Stavrakopoulou’s “fiercely intelligent” God: An Anatomy after an eight-way auction.