Friday, April 19, 2013

London Book Fair Set Stage for Big Deals

When the dust settled on the London Book Fair on Wednesday, five significant deals were pulling headlines. The Guardian rounds them up here, headlined by a Paul McCartney biography by Philip Norman whose previous works include books about John Lennon and Mick Jagger; UK rights for Red Notice by American businessman Bill Browder; Outrage, Naomi Wolf’s follow up to Vagina, a close look at the 1857 Obscene Publications Act; a non-fiction work called A History of Waterloo by noted fictionist Bernard Cornwell; and an oral history of folk clubs called Singing from the Floor by JP Bean.

See the full story here.


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