Scallywag Press has acquired a "wise, warm and witty" debut poetry collection from Scottish poet, performer and storyteller Simon Lamb, to be illustrated by former children’s laureate Chris Riddell.
The Littlest Yak, written by Lu Fraser and illustrated by Kate Hindley (Simon & Schuster Children's Books), has won Book of the Year at the Sainsbury’s Children’s Book Awards 2021.
Jenny Todd is launching a new agency, The Literary Office, representing genres she has had success with over her 25-year career.
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Rachel Joyce has won the £10,000 Wilbur Smith Adventure Writing Prize for her “joyously humourous” novel Miss Benson’s Beetle (Doubleday).
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Sceptre has acquired an "astonishing" memoir by Ben Short, an advertising executive who, suffering from depression and a long-term anxiety disorder, fled his high-flying career in London to become a charcoal burner in the Dorset woods.
Novels by Rachel Hore, Bernice L McFadden and C J Tudor are among the six-strong line-up for the Richard & Judy Book Club this autumn.
HarperFiction literary imprint The Borough Press has announced expansion plans and a string of promotions within its editorial team.