Consultant neurologist Dr Jules Montague explores “something rotten at the heart of western medicine” in her new book, The Diagnosis Cure, won by Granta at auction.... Read more
Negotiation of European distribution rights will become “a horror show”, agents have warned, with American publishers emboldened to grab European English-language rights from British firms... Read more
True crime, “professional confessional” memoirs and titles that look into “sealed worlds” are the hottest non-fiction trends, according to agents who spoke to The Bookseller... Read more
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.