Weidenfeld & Nicholson Established in 1949. Publishers of high quality, prize-winning fiction and non fiction across a range of categories including autobiography, business, cookery, economics, fiction in translation, history, literary fiction and popular science. Phoenix is the paperback imprint. The Bookseller Industry Awards - Winner 2015

2016 Classics Challenge: Sophie’s World

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- September 7th, 2016

If you’re taking part in the 2016 Classics Challenge and are looking for your next book, let us recommend Sophie’s World by Jostein Gaarder.

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Hometown Tales

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- August 11th, 2016

Are you an unpublished writer? Do you have a story to tell? Is yours a voice that needs to be heard?  We’re delighted to be launching a series of short books – Hometown Tales – featuring new voices from regions that are under-represented in the UK book market. Each book will include a work by an unpublished writer and one by a high-profile author, both writing about the same place. The series will promote greater inclusivity and provide a platform for new writers, helping them to launch the first step of their careers, edited and mentored…

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2016 Classics Challenge: The Reader

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- August 2nd, 2016

Are you looking for your next book for the #2016ClassicsChallenge? Let us recommend The Reader by Bernhard Schlink . . .

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Dan Vyleta on the concept of Smoke

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- July 29th, 2016

Dan Vyleta talks through the concept of SMOKE – out now in hardback ebook and audio.

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Summer Reading

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- July 22nd, 2016

From Hunters & Collectors to City of Mirrors to East West Street, the W&N editors share the books they’ll be packing in their suitcases this summer . . . Let us know what you’re reading at Twitter @wnfiction   Jennifer, Editor, W&N Fiction I spent a wonderful week reading by the pool in Crete at the end of June. Anne Enright’s family drama The Green Road was everything I had hoped it would be – brilliant, insightful and moving – and Fen by Daisy Johnson was a revelation, a dazzlingly original collection of short stories…

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