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About Hutchinson

Hutchinson is one of the UK’s oldest publishing imprints starting life in 1887 as a magazine and book publisher and today have a reputation for bestselling, illuminating and entertaining fiction and non-fiction.

Our novelists include international bestsellers Robert Harris, Sebastian Faulks, the late Helen Dunmore, Paulo Coelho and Amor Towles.  We have published genre-defining political memoirs including My Life by Bill Clinton, A Journey by Tony Blair, as well as the diaries of Tony Benn and those of a Syrian dissident, which were smuggled out of the country before being translated into several languages, called The Raqqa Diaries

Shining a light on our world and the way we live, we are proud to be the publisher of The Book of Joy by the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, the forthcoming Going to the Mountain: Lessons from My Grandfather by Nbaba Mandela and Tara Westover’s extraordinary memoir, Educated