Hutchinson is one of the UK’s oldest publishing imprints starting life in 1887 as a magazine and book publisher. It has a prestigious history having first published authors such as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, EF Benson and HG Wells as well as early English translations of Nabokov. It continues to be the home for PG Wodehouse’s entire oeuvre. Today Hutchinson has a reputation for intelligent books with a wide appeal ranging across a number of non-fiction and fiction genres.
Hutchinson’s list features a number of strong political memoirs including My Life by Bill Clinton, A Journey by Tony Blair and the political diaries of Tony Benn and Alastair Campbell. Hutchinson is also proud to be the publisher of The Book of Joy by the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Fiction authors include Robert Harris, Sebastian Faulks, the late Helen Dunmore, Paulo Coelho, and Amor Towles. The list also champions new literary voices, including Rob Cowan’s Common Ground, Carys Bray’s A Song for Issy Bradley, and Tara Westover’s Educated.