Tagged: Yellow Jersey Press

Yellow Jersey nets Aluko's memoir

Yellow Jersey Press has bought the memoir of footballer Eniola Aluko, billed as "an inspiring manifesto" about dual nationality, institutional prejudice and success. Read more

Jessop to leave Vintage following restructure

Editor for Yellow Jersey Press and Vintage, Frances Jessop, is being made redundant this month after nine years with the imprint. Read more

Cyclist Peter Sagan's memoir to Yellow Jersey

Yellow Jersey Press is publishing My World, a memoir by professional cyclist Peter Sagan, who became the first in history to win three consecutive road race World Championships.... Read more

Yellow Jersey reveals secret to 20 years of successful sports publishing

Yellow Jersey Press is preparing to celebrate its 20th year of sports publishing with a host of promotions and a star-studded event at the Hackney Empire with... Read more

Yellow Jersey Press acquires Bike Nation

Yellow Jersey Press editorial director Tim Broughton has bought UK and Commonwealth rights, excluding Canada, to Peter Walker’s Bike Nation: How Cycling Can Save the World,... Read more

Yellow Jersey to publish Tour de France colouring book

Yellow Jersey Press is publishing Colouring the Tour de France, a "must-have Christmas gift for cycling fans, colouring fans and the crucial intersection of these... Read more

Yellow Jersey to publish six George Plimpton sports 'classics'

Yellow Jersey Press is publishing six classics of sports writing by founder of The Paris Review George Plimpton to mark the 50th anniversary of Paper Lion (Hachette), an American football book... Read more

MJ's Tim Broughton appointed to lead Yellow Jersey

Yellow Jersey Press has appointed self-confessed sports "fanatic" Tim Broughton, currently marketing director at Michael Joseph, to the role of editorial director. Broughton joins the Vintage literary sports imprint in August.... Read more

Bobby Charlton's World Cup Story to Yellow Jersey

Yellow Jersey Press is to publish Sir Bobby Charlton's account of "England's greatest sporting achievement" - the 1966 Football World Cup. Read more

PRH's Matt Phillips joins Blink Publishing

Matt Phillips is joining Blink Publishing to lead a new sports imprint, after 12 years at Penguin/Random House. Read more

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