A report from the floor of The London Book Fair

Despite difficult global economic conditions, there has been strong interest in our foreign rights catalogue at the London Book Fair. Our economics and social science titles, from Justin Lin’s timely The Quest for Prosperity to James Scott’s Two Cheers for Anarchism, have received a great deal of attention, as have our popular science titles, especially Ostriker and Mitton’s Heart of Darkness and Paul Nahin’s The Logician and the Engineer. Peter Brown’s magnum opus Through the Eye of the Needle and Burger and Starbird’s The Five Elements of Effective Thinking have also proved a hit.

All in all, a very successful fair, which bodes well for the continued spread of PUP authors and ideas around the globe.

[Please note that these books are not yet available on our web site. The links here take you to the PDFs of their individual catalog pages.]