Zaffre will publish Reputation, the debut novel by YouTuber Lex Croucher, in July 2021.
Johny Pitts has won the 2020 Bread & Roses Award for Radical Publishing with his 'unique political documentary' Afropean: Notes from Black Europe (Allen Lane).
Fairlight Books has acquired Richard Smyth’s novel The Woodcock, a literary period drama set on the north-east coast of England.
Oxford University Press and Barrington Stoke have partnered to create the 'Super-Readable Rollercoasters' range for readers aged 11-plus.
Arrow Books has acquired Caroline Khoury's debut, It Must Be Love, plus a second untitled book.
Faber is releasing the new paperback edition of Marieke Lucas Rijneveld's 2020 International Booker Prize-winning novel The Discomfort of Evening today (23rd September), five months earlier than scheduled.
Robert Galbraith's Troubled Blood (Sphere) and Brian Masters' Dennis Nielsen biography Killing for Company (Cornerstone) have rocketed to the top of the Amazon Charts.
Helen Garnons-Williams is leaving HarperCollins to join Penguin General as publishing director for Fig Tree.
Communications agency Midas has launched a new brand identity as it expands into fresh business areas under c.e.o. Jason Bartholomew.
Simon & Schuster has pre-empted rights to debut author Kate Ruby's novel Mummy Dearest.