issue #5 * 21st May 2021

In the last couple of weeks at David Higham Associates, we…

Congratulated…

Val McDermid on being longlisted for the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year award for Still Life.

Marlowe Granados, whose debut novel, Happy Hour, has been shortlisted for the 2021 Amazon Canada First Novel Award

Jonathan Gibbs on being longlisted for the Sunday Times/Audible Short Story Award, for A Prolonged Kiss. The shortlist is announced on 6th June and the winner on 8th July.

Maz Evans on the publication of the first book in her brand-new series, The Exploding Life of Scarlett Fife,  published by Hodder Children’s Books on May 13th.

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issue #4 * 30th April 2021

In the last week at David Higham Associates, we…

Celebrated…

Another brilliant week for Nomadland, inspired by Jessica Bruder’s book, which swept the Oscars for best picture, director and actress.

The long-awaited publication of Sleeping With a Psychopath by Carolyn Woods, her extraordinary memoir of her relationship with notorious conman Mark Acklom. Carolyn’s story has been all over the media this week, with serialisation in the Daily Mail and The Times, and media appearances on ITV’s This Morning and many others.

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issue #3 * 20th April 2021

In the last week at David Higham Associates, we…

Celebrated

Two birdy books that herald spring, the return of swifts from Africa and the promise of soft summer days to come. In the window of Little Toller’s new bookshop in Beaminster, Dorset we spotted: The Screaming Sky by Charles Foster, the latest in Little Toller’s monograph series, in which Foster follows swifts around the world, manically, lyrically and always scientifically. Swifts live in perpetual summer and sleep in the high thin air, their wings controlled by an alert half brain. And with it another book represented by Jessica Woollard:  The Circling Sky by Neil Ansell which has a great promotional partnership with GO JAUNTLY, a walking, wayfinding and nature connection app, so that you can win a year’s worth of premium membership here.

Nomadland which won an impressive four BAFTAs for picture, director, best actress and cinematography, inspired by Jessica Bruder’s book of the same title.

Rosanna Amaka, Kei Miller, Leone Ross, Symeon Brown, and Raymond Antrobus in The Bookseller’s The Black Issue Black Authors’ Preview.

And associate agent Elise Dillsworth in the same issue.

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issue #2 * 9th April 2021

In the last week at David Higham Associates, we…

Celebrated

The publication of The Perseverance by Raymond Antrobus by Tin House in the US on 30 March. The UK edition was first published by Penned in the Margins in 2018. We are thrilled that it is now available in a beautiful, new US edition. Tune into the launch event here and read a review in Publishers Weekly here. Look out for Raymond’s next book All the Names Given which will be published in September by Picador.

The re-issue of twelve of Milly Johnson’s backlist audiobooks by Simon & Schuster on 1st April to the delight of her readers.

And the stunning paperback of Eve Chase’s second novel The Vanishing of Audrey Wilde following a phenomenal 100,000 sales in ebook for The Glass House. The eBook is currently part of the April Kindle Monthly Deal, priced at 99! Buy a copy here.

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issue #1 * 30th March 2021

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