issue #38 – 21st September 2022

Over the past couple of weeks at David Higham Associates, we have: Celebrated… Audio and eBook publication of Linda Green‘s latest novel, In Little Stars, which is out in hardback in February next year.‘Original and powerful’ — Louise Beech‘This book broke my heart’ — Charlotte Duckworth The addition of Himālaya, a masterful narrative by JohnContinue reading “issue #38 – 21st September 2022”

issue #37 – 6th September 2022

Over the past couple of weeks at David Higham Associates, we have: Celebrated… Publication of the mouth-wateringly good, debut cookbook from Chef Proprietor of Quo Vadis restaurant, Jeremy Lee. Cooking: Simply and Well, For One or Many is published by Fourth Estate. “A beautifully written instant classic that is every bit as exuberant and deliciousContinue reading “issue #37 – 6th September 2022”

issue #36 – 25th August 2022

Over the past few weeks at David Higham Associates, we have: Announced… The beautiful title and jackets for global bestselling author Kate Morton’s new novel, Homecoming. An epic novel that spans generations, Homecoming asks what we would do for those we love, and how we guard the lies we tell. It explores the power of motherhood, the corrosive effects of tightlyContinue reading “issue #36 – 25th August 2022”

issue #35 – 28th July 2022

Over the past couple of weeks at David Higham Associates, we have: Welcomed… The Diane Oliver Estate to the Elise Dillsworth Agency list. Diane was an exceptionally talented writer of short stories exploring race and racism in 1950s America. She began graduate work at the University of Iowa’s Writers’ Workshop and was awarded the MFAContinue reading “issue #35 – 28th July 2022”

issue #34 – 18th July 2022

Over the past couple of weeks at David Higham Associates, we have: Celebrated… Publication of Crimson Spring by Navtej Sarna with Aleph, a novel told through nine historical characters linked by their connection to one of the worst outrages in British history.  On 13th April 1919 in Jallianwala Bagh, Amritsar General Dyer ordered his men to systematically open fire onContinue reading “issue #34 – 18th July 2022”

issue #33 – 6th July 2022

Over the past couple of weeks at David Higham Associates, we have: Celebrated… Cressida Cowell’s time as Children’s Laureate! For the last three years, Cressida has been a truly inspiring laureate and has brought hope to so many children, teachers, librarians and adults across the UK during a very difficult time, all with her signatureContinue reading “issue #33 – 6th July 2022”

issue #32 – 24th June

Over the past couple of weeks at David Higham Associates, we have: Congratulated… Anthony Joseph whose book Sonnets for Albert has been shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Poetry Best Collection 2022. Announced… The news that Nomadland author Jessica Bruder is working on a new book that aims to tackle the future of abortion rights,Continue reading “issue #32 – 24th June”

issue #31 – 13th June 2022

Over the past couple of weeks at David Higham Associates, we have: Enjoyed… Sky’s brilliant new adaptation of John Wyndham’s The Midwich Cuckoos, starring Keeley Hawes and Max Beesley. Immersing ourselves in the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations with the perfect book for the occasion: Dame Joanna’s Lumley’s A Queen for All Seasons which was revealedContinue reading “issue #31 – 13th June 2022”

issue #30 – 26th May 2022

Over the past couple of weeks at David Higham Associates, we have: Congratulated… Cressida Cowell for winning the British Book Award for Best Audiobook: Fiction with Wizards of Once, narrated by David Tennant and published by Hodder Children’s Books. We were over the moon to see it described as “the benchmark” for children’s audio. TishContinue reading “issue #30 – 26th May 2022”

issue #29 – 16th May 2022

In the past couple of weeks at David Higham Associates, we have: Celebrated… Publication of Guinevere Glasfurd’s historical novel set in mid-18th century France, Privilege. Out this week from Two Roads. Paperback publication of Jonathan Dimbleby’s Barbarossa: How Hitler Won the War. Out from Penguin Books this week. Publication of Miranda Seymour’s ‘fresh’ and ‘compellingContinue reading “issue #29 – 16th May 2022”