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Happiness – the inspiration behind the stunning cover from Kate Forrester

'Heather Harpham has managed to weave a deftly-told memoir on both a cruel twist of genetic fate, and the complexities of romantic love, with wit and grace.' Huffington Post

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More prize recogntion for Fever Dream

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3. 'Through the Wood' by Eliza Keary

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The Crooked Little Road to Semi-Ever After

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The Secret Lives of Hair

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Oak and Ash and Thorn

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We are thrilled to see Edward O. Thorp's brilliant memoir longlisted for the Financial Times & McKinsey Business Book of the Year 2017.

For those that missed it at the time, now would be a good time to revisit Edward's Lunch With the FT interview from earlier this year in which he dicusses Madoff, moneymaking and madcap inventions. 

The shortlist will be announced in London on Tuesday 19th September and we'll have our fingers crossed...

You can see the longlist in full here

 

Edinburgh Book Festival is off and running and there are no less than eight Oneworld authors on show.

Among the highlights are Booker winner Paul Beatty discussing The Nature of Genius with novelist and physician Ethan Canin; legendary journalist Martin Bell asking awkward but provocative questions about the state of today’s TV news and Jenni Murray takes a look at The Best of British Women. 

Head over to our EVENTS page to get a full break down of event times and locations as well as where you can buy tickets.

Working on a range of books that include prize winners such as The Sellout, thought provoking non-fiction like the recently published The Angry Chef, plus a small selection of YA and crime titles, we are looking for someone with experience and excellent and proven digital skills, who can bring their ideas, enthusiasm and passion for books to this dynamic independent company.

If you are interested in applying please email your CV and a cover letter to jobs@oneworld-publications.com 

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson's father Stanley Johnson’s satirical thriller about political "skullduggery", Kompromat, is to be adapted for a Channel 4 TV series. It is in development for a six-part television series by Noho Film and TV for Channel 4.

Read more about the story in The Bookseller.

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