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Juliet Mabey, Publisher

The Sellout by Paul Beatty – April 2016

Among the Ten Thousand Things by Julia Pierpont is long listed for the Dylan Thomas Prize

A longlist of 12 books has today (20 January) been announced for the prestigious International Dylan Thomas Prize, sponsored by Swansea University.

Oneworld launches new crime imprint, Point Blank

Oneworld is to launch a crime imprint, POINT BLANK, in Spring 2016.  The list, curated by editor Jenny Parrott, will encompass literary crime, thrillers and psychological suspense

#diversedecember, a celebration of books by BAME writers

For December 2015, read with diversity and spread the joy of stories.

Oneworld Christmas sale! Take 40% off some of our favourite books

40% off on the following titles when you use code XMAS40 at checkout!

An evening of celebration - Marlon James at Waterstones Piccadilly

Join us for this very special evening of readings and conversation with Marlon James, winner of this year’s Man Booker Prize.

Laurus author, Eugene Vodolazkin, in New York for Read Russia's Russian Literature Week

Eugene Vodolazkin and his translator, Lisa Hayden, will be at NYU on Monday, 7th December.

Oneworld in the Evening Standard: Meet the husband-and-wife publishing team who backed Booker Prize Winner Marlon James

Oneworld Publications are the small firm who brought A Brief History Of Seven Killings to our bookshelves 


"Laurus" author Evgeny Vodolazkin in Conversation with Josie von Zitzewitz

Cult author Yevgeny Vodolazkin talks to Josie von Zitzewitz of Cambridge University about his prize-winning cult novel Laurus (Лавр), the story of the redemptive journey through Medieval

Congratulations, Marlon James! Winner of the Man Booker Prize

A Brief History of Seven Killings wins 2015 Man Booker Prize

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Congratulations, Marlon James! Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2015

Marlon James's novel, "A Brief History of Seven Killings" has been shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2015. The winner will be announced on Tuesday, 13th October.

What Economics and Public Policy Can Learn from Engineering Design

Guru Madhavan will discuss the essentials of the engineering mind-set—based on narratives from his book 

Burma Boys: African soldiers in Asia during World War Two

To mark the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, join Al Jazeera journalist Barnaby Phillips for a fascinating talk on his critically acclaimed book Another Man’s War: The Story of a B

'Unfinished Business' by Anne-Marie Slaughter and 'Rise of the Robots' by Martin Ford longlisted for the FT & McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award

Congratulations to Martin Ford and Anne-Marie Slaughter for being longlisted for the 2015 Financial Times & McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award!

Diane Cook's 'Man V. Nature' is longlisted for the Guardian First Book Award

Diane Cook's collection of stories 'Man V. Nature' has been longlisted for the Guardian First Book Award. 

A Brief History of Seven Killings by Marlon James longlisted for the Man Booker Prize

The longlist, or 'Man Booker Dozen', for the £50,000 Man Booker Prize is announced today, Wednesday 29 July 2015.

Camus Revisited: An Evening with Kamel Daoud

In discussion with Jeremy Harding, from the London Review of Books,   Kamel Daoud will debate questions raised by his last novel, from Arab identity to the disastrous eff

'Conversion' author, Katherine Howe, in the UK for school book tour

Oneworld was delighted to have Conversion author, Katherine Howe, in the UK.

Congratulations to 'The Last Empire' writer, Serhii Plokhii, for winning the Pushkin House Russian Book Prize

The Prize, supported by Waterstones and now in its third year, rewards the best non-fiction writing on Russia.

Frank Close at Cheltenham Festival: BRUNO PONTECORVO: PHYSICIST OR SPY?

Bruno Pontecorvo’s work on the Manhattan Project helped usher in the nuclear age. He was known to all as a brilliant physicist and potential candidate for the Nobel Prize.

In Search of The Lost Child: In Conversation with Caryl Phillips

Northumbria University hosts Caryl as he reads from his latest novel, The Lost Child, in which he re-imagines the origins of one of English literature’s most iconic characters: Emily Brontë’s Heat