News

This page lists recent news from the Andrew Lownie Literary Agency, as well as updates to the website and any other useful information.

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  • Sep 15 2014: John Burroughs will be appearing at Rendlesham conference

    John Burroughs, one of the authors of the fascinating UFO investigation Encounter at Rendlesham Forest, will be appearing at the Rendlesham conference later this month.

    Conference bids to shed more light on Rendlesham’s ‘UFO’

  • Sep 13 2014: Agency mentioned in Ham & High

    The agency’s traditional Hallowe’en party for ghostwriters gets a mention in the Hampstead and Highgate Express.

     
  • Sep 11 2014: Lots of publicity for Gary Smith

    Gary Smith’s fascinating new book <em>Standard Deviations: Flawed Assumptions, Tortured Data, and Other Ways to Lie With Statistics</em> is generating lots of interest, including these pieces from the LA Weekly and Scientific American respectively.

     
  • Sep 11 2014: Kris Hollington writes for Newsweek

    Child Abuse: A Scourge at the Heart of British Society

  • Sep 10 2014: A typical week...

    Andrew Lownie outlines the range of activities he is involved with in a typical agency week, from the mundane and routine, to the offbeat and extraordinary.

    What a Typical Week Looks Like at One UK Literary Agency

  • Sep 09 2014: Rachel Kelly remains in Waterstones Top 10

     

  • Sep 08 2014: Continuing success for Thinking in Numbers

    Daniel Tammet’s Thinking in Numbers has spent a second month on the New York Times Science bestseller list, as well as 6 weeks on the NPR national bestsellers list. The book is already onto its fourth printing.

  • Sep 05 2014: Jane Dismore launches 'Duchesses'

     Jane Dismore launched her new book Duchesses at Hatchards this week.

  • Sep 05 2014: Chloe Banks interview in Wokingham Times

  • Sep 03 2014: Sonia Oatley memoir is number one in the true crime/murders Kindle chart

    Bye Mam, I Love You - A daughter’s last words. A mother’s search for justice. The shocking true story of the murder… by Sonia Oatley and Lynne Barrett-Lee is now no 1 in true crime Kindle chart.