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VINTAGE publishes some of the greatest writers and thinkers from around the world and across the ages – from Philip Roth, Yuval Harari, Haruki Murakami and Alice Munro to Ian McEwan, Jeanette Winterson and Salman Rushdie. Writers who have invented new worlds and explored our own; who have captured imaginations and won dozens of prizes, from the Nobel and the Booker to the Pulitzer and beyond.
Born in New York in 1974 and moving to London in 1990, VINTAGE is also famed for its beautiful, stylish design and brave innovation. The publisher comprises nine imprints, each one as distinctive as its own past: Jonathan Cape, Bodley Head, Harvill Secker, Chatto & Windus, Hogarth, Yellow Jersey, Square Peg, VINTAGE Paperbacks and VINTAGE Classics.
Recent prize-winning books published by VINTAGE include:
Recent prize-winning authors published by VINTAGE include:
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Recent VINTAGE news
04-01-2017Two Penguin Random House titles have been successful at the 2016 Costa Book Awards, with Keggie Carew winning the Costa Biography Award for Dadland: A Journey Into Uncharted Territory and Alice Oswald winning the Costa Poetry Award for Falling Awake.Read more »
09-12-2016Nigella makes no secret of the fact that Christmas is her favourite time of year. Following on from the success of her Summer Sound Bites mini podcast series, Nigella has now launched her Seasonal Sound Bites - three podcasts in celebration of festive cooking, produced in collaboration with Vintage.Read more »
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