Elliott & Thompson is a vibrant young publishing house operating at the heart of the creative independent sector. Based in London, we publish original and bestselling non-fiction for the UK and international markets, bringing authors and readers together in high-quality print and digital formats.
We love fascinating and accessible stories – the brilliant Prisoners of Geography: Ten Maps that Tell You Everything You Need to Know About Global Politics, by former Sky News Diplomatic Editor Tim Marshall, has been a major Number One Sunday Times bestseller here in the UK, and a huge hit around the world.
We work hard to nurture and develop new voices – in 2016 our Seasons partnership with the Wildlife Trusts and novelist and nature writer Melissa Harrison has brought many new writers into the spotlight, and we launched Foxes Unearthed: A Story of Love and Loathing in Modern Britain by upcoming voice in nature writing Lucy Jones.
And we are proud to work with high-profile brands such as Classic FM, Britain’s leading classical music radio station, with whom we run a major Sunday Times-bestselling programme, publishing standout titles such as John Suchet’s Mozart: The Man Revealed and The Last Waltz: The Story of the Strauss Dynasty.
In the fields of business, music, popular science, sport, history, and many more, we work with established writers who seek the benefits of a relationship with an independent house; and we are always looking to discover and develop talented new authors.
In our partnerships, we specialise in working creatively with organisations to bring their brands to a reading audience in the best possible way. We also offer a bespoke custom publishing service for organisations and individuals who would like to produce a private book to the highest professional standards.
In today’s dynamic publishing environment there are many opportunities to connect readers and writers like never before; as an independent, we partner with authors, distributors and booksellers to bring quality work to a wide audience. We are open to partnerships and relationships across industries, always looking for innovative ways to publish. If you would like to work with us, have a query or would like to give us feedback, please do drop us a line.