It’s the first day of our month celebrating the fantastic women of 4th Estate, and what better way to start than with a cover reveal from one of last year’s most successful. Have a look at the luxurious paperback edition of Pretty Honest by Sali Hughes.
Pretty Honest received a fantastic response for it’s initial hardback release: Lauren Laverne said that Sali is ‘Britain’s best beauty writer … This book is equal parts sass, sense, lipstick and laughs.’ Read more…
We are incredibly excited to bring you a cover reveal infused with some added Hollywood glamour. In fact, we like to think of it more as a cover premiere. To celebrate the release of the film adaptation of High-Rise, the new film from acclaimed director Ben Wheatley in UK cinemas March 18th, we’re reissuing J.G. Ballard’s classic satirical sci-fi novel with a new star-studded front cover. Take a look.
For our first cover reveal of the year, we’re delighted to share a new look reissue of The Drowning of Arthur Braxton, Caroline Smailes’s novel about a teenage boy who discovers a naked girl in a swimming pool and is plunged into a tragic romance of mythological proportions. After a successful Kickstarter campaign by YouTube star Luke Cutforth to turn the book into a film , we’re hoping to introduce this dark and quirky cult hit to a whole new audience this July.
Today Judith Claire Mitchell’s A Reunion of Ghosts is published in paperback, with a new peach-and-purple colour scheme. Here, Judith’s editor Lettice Franklin explains the meaning behind this striking cover design.
This month, for the first time ever, we have a double cover reveal for you – let’s take a look at the cute, shiny paperback incarnations of short story collections Single, Carefree, Mellow by Katherine Heiny and Barbara the Slut by Lauren Holmes…
This month we’re celebrating our illustrated books, with our ‘Picture Perfect‘ theme. So the timing of this cover reveal couldn’t be better – feast your eyes on the beautiful pages of Michael Cunningham’s dark and perverse collection of fairytales A Wild Swan and Other Tales, illustrated by Yuko Shimizu.
Following on from the rapturously-received paperback editions of Jeff VanderMeer’s Southern Reach Trilogy last month, here’s another novel that’s just as beautiful in paperback as it is in hardback – Scott Blackwood’s mesmerisingly written account of a triple murder and its legacy, See How Small.