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The Human Stories Behind The Fourth Shore

  A century ago, when Italy was trying for the second time to expand its colonial reach, several thousand Libyan men who resisted Italian rule were deported. They were shipped to small islands off the coast of Sicily, there to live out their days. Little is known about them. No lists were kept (or made?) […]

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Dialogue Books: Lauren Wilkinson Q&A

  Today we’re thrilled to welcome Lauren Wilkinson, author of this summer’s spy thriller sensation, American Spy to be our inaugural blog guest. American Spy was picked by Barack Obama as one of his summer reads of 2019 and has been described as ‘a spy thriller like you’ve never read before’ by TIME magazine. We caught up […]

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Read an extract from The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead

  Read an extract from The Nickel Boys, the new novel from the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Underground Railroad, Colson Whitehead – a devastating novel – based on true events – of a hellish American reform school.   P R O L O G U E   Even in death the boys were trouble. The secret […]

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Epic SFF Reading Recommendations

Saturday 20th July marks the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11 Moon Landing. The Moon continues to be a source of inspiration for some EPIC SFF novels. Including Kim Stanley Robinson’s latest novel, Red Moon and David Wellington’s upcoming novel The Last Astronaut.  Here are ten of our favourite EPIC SPACE OPERA novels. How many have […]

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: The Journey

Harry Potter fans get ready! We are excited to reveal the final cover for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: The Journey. Go behind the scenes of the award-winning production currently playing at the Palace Theatre in London’s West End & around the world.   Publishing on 31st October 2019, the book tells the official […]

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Celebrating Forty Years of Margaret Atwood

To mark the publication of Margaret Atwood’s new novel, The Testaments and to celebrate forty years of publishing with Virago – her novel Surfacing  was one of the first Virago Modern Classics in 1979 – Virago are publishing on August 22 2019, four of her novels as Collector’s Editions.  In paperback at £9.99 in stunning new designs with flaps and […]

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Read an extract from Hormonal by Eleanor Morgan

Hormonal by Eleanor Morgan explores everything from contraception to PMS, in relation to anxiety, depression and taboos about hysteria and the ‘hormonal’ woman. It is a compelling portrait of the modern landscape of women and health, showing us how to navigate stigma and misinformation. Combining her own experiences with extensive research and expert contributions, Eleanor Morgan […]

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The Curated Shelf by Evan Winters

  Evan Winter, author of The Rage of Dragons shares his ultimate bookshelf.   Hey everyone,   Evan here and I’d like to thank the Little, Brown Book Group for giving me this chance to talk about a few of my favorite reads. I can imagine that towering To-Be-Read lists loom for all of you, […]

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2019 Events with Colson Whitehead

Colson Whitehead, multi-award winning author of The Underground Railroad, will be doing a small number of events while visiting the UK this summer to promote his new novel, The Nickel Boys. Details of his upcoming events can be found below: 25/08/2019 – 8:30PM Edinburgh International Books Festival Colson Whitehead in conversation with Kirsty Wark Find […]

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Introducing The Bridge Street Press

Introducing The Bridge Street Press   Dear Reader,   The Bridge Street Press is the new literary imprint from Little, Brown Book Group, publishing upmarket non-fiction with an international outlook. The imprint will be uniquely focused, with no more than five new books in any given year, enabling each to be given space and attention. […]

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A note on Every Sparrow Falling by Shirley-Anne McMillan

As Pride month draws to a close and with London Pride on the horizon this week, it seemed only right to celebrate an author who is always humble about the LGBTQ campaigning she does and has made fantastic contributions towards the representation of LQBTQ characters in YA writing. Shirley-Anne is in touch with the issues […]

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Rights Non-Fiction Book of the Month | July 2019

  This July the L,BBG Rights Team have selected Barbarians by Stephen P. Kershaw as their Non-Fiction Book of the Month!     Click here to contact the team for more information about available rights.  

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Rights Fiction Book of the Month | July 2019

This July the L,BBG Rights team have picked Shadows by Suzanne Wright as their book of the month.       Click here to find out how to contact the team for more information.  

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Exploring Dark Histories Through Fairy Tales by Rena Rossner

Exploring Dark Histories Through Fairy Tales by Rena Rossner The first dark fairy tale I remember reading was Jane Yolen’s Briar Rose. It is less a fairy tale retelling and more of a glimpse into how a survivor of the Holocaust constructed a narrative in her mind that helped her to survive the most unimaginable […]

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Why I Love Indie Bookshops by Dervla McTiernan

Why I Love Indie Bookshops by Dervla McTiernan I grew up loving books, loving stories, though I had access to very few of them. I had three older siblings, and three younger, so when I was very small my books were dog-eared, well-loved (and by loved I mean crayoned) picture books, usually with at least […]

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