More about Ebury Publishing
It is through our imprints that we are able to publish the biggest names, newest talents and most exciting brands. Here are just a few:
Ebury Press combines books from famous names like Caitlin Moran and Dan and Phil with beautiful and highly successful illustrated food and drink titles from the likes of Yotam Ottolenghi.
BBC Books also enjoys particular success in food and drink. Big BBC brands such as Mary Berry, Rick Stein, Top Gear and Doctor Who – alongside some of our nation’s household names, such as David Attenborough – dominate this list.
Ebury Enterprises is the brand publishing arm of Ebury Publishing. We are experts at working with both established and emerging brands. We excel at producing stylish packaging and formats, tailoring each book to its target market.
Vermilion is the UK’s leading health, parenting and personal development imprint. Books like Who Moved My Cheese?, and Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway are consistent bestsellers, and Vermilion is also the home of Dr Steve Peters’s The Chimp Paradox.
A byword for ‘books that change lives’, Rider publishes thought-provoking works spanning psychology, philosophy, international affairs, biography, history, travel and spirituality, from Booker Prize-winner Ben Okri to the Dalai Lama.
With titles across the worlds of technology, business, popular culture, humour, biography, health and lifestyle, TV tie-ins and sport, Virgin Books publishes brilliant commercial titles from Richard Branson to Jay-Z and George the Poet.
The likes of Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg and Steve Hilton are writing for our WH Allen imprint.
Our Time Out Guides and Fodor’s imprints are the go-to specialists on travel.
Our ever-expanding fiction list spans across Ebury Press, which publishes exciting commercial fiction, Del Rey UK, which specialises in science fiction and fantasy, publishing The Martian, the bestseller behind the major film from Ridley Scott, and Black Lace, the UK’s leading erotica imprint.
I’m thrilled to introduce you to Ebury. My two areas of focus are people and strategy. Whether with editors or authors I’m a proactive, positive and supportive force, encouraging excellence and strong collaboration. I and the team will continue to grow Ebury as a multi-specialist publisher that knows each of its markets better than its competitors, and find ways to build value for our authors beyond the book.
DEPUTY MANAGING DIRECTOR & PUBLISHER
I head up the Editorial team and I’m responsible for all aspects of book acquisition and Ebury’s publishing output. I have a long-standing love of popular non-fiction, including memoir, popular culture, comedy and music and have commissioned and edited bestsellers from Caitlin Moran, Terry Pratchett, Danny Wallace, Chrissie Hynde, Dave Gorman, Emma Kennedy, and Paul Merton.
News from Ebury Publishing
Penguin Random House, the UK’s biggest publisher of personal development books, announces a stimulating new consumer and B2B lifestyle brand05-07-2016Penguin Living is about taking the ideas, advice and insight of our unrivalled stable of leading authors and experts, and sharing them with our audiences throughout the year. Through extensive audience research and insight we know that our books resonate with readers and have a huge impact on their livesRead more »
22-05-2016Since at least the birth of the Victorian penny dreadfuls, the cultural elite have been pontificating on what makes a “real book”. Can a pacy thriller really be seen in the same light as high-brow literary works? Does being lauded but not well-read make a book more real than a disposable “beach read” discarded, dog-eared, by the poolside?Read more »
18-03-2016Recently Hemsley + Hemsley have taken off with their latest book Good + Simple (Ebury Press), touring the country and hitting the press by storm. Channel 4 have announced that they will be airing the UK premiere of Eating Well With Hemsley + Hemsley, the Hemsleys’ first TV show, at the end of April. The 10-part series will include some of their classics from the bestselling The Art of Eating Well and some new treats from Good + Simple. Recipes from each episode will be made available on Channel4.com for viewers to download and enjoy.Read more »