Michel Faber wins Saltire Book of the Year

27th November 2015

Michel Faber has won the 2015 Saltire Book of the Year award for The Book of Strange New Things (Canongate).

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Lauren Elkin, Bradley Garrett and Olivia Laing at Festival of the Future City

19th November 2015

The J&N authors Lauren Elkin, Bradley Garrett and Olivia Laing have all appeared on panels at the Festival of the Future City in Bristol this week, reminding us that there’s a strong city-theme going on at our agency. Both Lauren and Olivia are publishing books about the city next spring (The Lonely City by Olivia Laing is published by Canongate in March 2016; Flâneuse by Lauren Elkin comes from Chatto & Windus in July 2016.) Lauren’s recent pieces about being caught up in the Friday 13th events in Paris can be found here and here.

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Elly Griffiths in Sweden

9th November 2015

Check-out this photo of crime writer, Elly Griffiths, dropping into Sundsvall Police Station to talk unsolved murders with Peter James, Arne Dahl and the Swedish Police Force! Elly is in Sundsvall to take part in the Swedish Crime Writing Festival, and to promote her most recent novels Smoke and Mirrors and The Outcast Dead.

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Sunjeev Sahota shortlisted for The 2015 Sunday Times Young Writer

9th November 2015

Sunjeev Sahota has been selected as one of four authors who have made the shortlist for The Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year Award.

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Kavanagh awarded Giovanni Comisso Literary Prize 2015

6th November 2015

Julie Kavanagh has won this years Giovanni Comisso Literary Prize for Biography for her account of the life and legend of Marie Duplessis, The Girl Who Loved Camelias. The other finalists were Mementos: The life of Wisława Szymborska,Anna Bikont and Joanna Szczesna (Adelphi) and The Courage of the Gray Days. Life of Giorgio Agosti Paul Borgna (Yale University Press).

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