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'Flawless' translation of Schlink bestseller Olga to W&N

W&N has acquired Olga by The Reader author Bernhard Schlink, a novel "of love, passion and history", focusing on the life of one woman from late 19th-century Prussia to modern Germany, translated... Read more

W&N to publish a guide to understanding news statistics

W&N has acquired "a toolkit for understanding numbers in the media" by cousins Tom and David Chivers. Read more

W&N to publish 'savage' novel from Halle Butler

W&N has acquired Jillian, a "savage, hilarious" novel about two employees at a gastroenterologist's office by Halle Butler.... Read more

W&N to publish Moore's Hollywood memoir

W&N has acquired Miss Aluminium, a memoir by Susanna Moore describing her experiences in Hollywood in the 1970s and her own "hard-won arrival at selfhood".... Read more

W&N wins Razak debut in three-way auction

Weidenfeld & Nicolson has acquired Moth by debut author Melody Razak, a "dark and sweeping" story of pre-partition India, in a three-way auction.... Read more

W&N to publish Britsch’s 'razor-sharp, darkly funny' debut Sad Janet

W&N is publishing Lucie Britsch’s "blackly hilarious" debut Sad Janet. Read more

W&N wins Sweeney's 'beguiling' short story collection at auction

W&N is publishing Irish author Cathy Sweeney's debut collection of short stories, described as a "look at the world from a lopsided perspective", following a "heated" auction.... Read more

W&N rushes out 'urgent exploration of Covid-19 emergency'

Weidenfeld & Nicolson is rush publishing Italian physicist and novelist Paolo Giordano's How Contagion Works: Science, Awareness and Community in Times of Global Crises, pitching it as a book that "helps us understand... Read more

W&N signs Turner's 'radical queering of military history'

Weidenfeld & Nicolson has signed Men at War, a "radical queering of military history" from The Quietus co-founder Luke Turner.... Read more

Orion tight-lipped as Commons slams Bercow for naming staff in memoir

Orion has remained tight-lipped after John Bercow named former staff in his hot-off-the-press autobiography, Unspeakable, in an act branded "unacceptable" by the House of Commons. ... Read more

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