We'll be publishing both children's and adult fiction from next year. We're on the literary side but we are not averse to an intriguing plot. Our net is wide and our taste not easily summed up in a few words, it's all in the writing though romantic fiction science fiction
COMPELLING, ACCOMPLISHED WRITING THAT SUCKS YOU IN—FINE DEBUT The short-list for the YA competition was beguiling and talented. We were both immediately struck by Rebecca Henry's The Sound of Everything with its strong, unself-conscious and convincing narrative voice of an emotionally damaged girl in foster care who believes that all she's
We received some really wonderful entries full of talent and surprises. The long nights of reading are now all over. Here is the short list. Thank you to everyone who entered and congratulations to those on the short list: Rebecca Henry, The Sound of Everything Michael Shand, Let Sleeping Dogs
Congratulations to Emily on the nomination. It's a very interesting and diverse list with some very impressive titles.
July 8 2018, 12:01am, The Sunday Times This exceptional young adult/crossover debut is the compelling, sharply observed story of a family in crisis told, in an understated narrative voice reminiscent of Mark Haddon or Harper Lee, by 13-year-old Lou, who is on the autism spectrum. This bright teenager, the object of