Aurum PressAurum Press
Founded in 1976, Aurum Press publishes an exceptional range of high-quality general non-fiction with a focus on history, entertainment, and sports. Key titles include Sinclair McKay's Sunday Times' bestseller, The Secret Life of Bletchley Park; Richard Askwith's sporting classic on fell-running, Feet in the Clouds; a series of architectural history by such distinguished authors as Gavin Stamp; and outstanding illustrated titles on major film franchises such as Alien Vault and The Making of Star Wars series. We also publish a highly successful list of books in conjunction with The Daily Telegraph, including the bestselling series of Unpublished Letters that began with Am I Alone in Thinking…?
Contact Info
Aurum Press
74-77 White Lion Street
London N1 9PF
United Kingdom

         
Contact: Richard Green
Title: Publisher
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7284 9300
Fax: +44 (0) 20 7485 0490
Email: sales@aurumpress.co.uk

Publicity inquiries: publicity@aurumpress.co.uk
April 23, 2014
The Quarto Group was featured in Publishers Weekly London Book Show Daily on April 9, 2014. Here are a few excerpts from the article. Read More.
February 26, 2014
Quarto (LSE: QRT.L), the leading global illustrated book publisher and distribution group, on February 26 announced a rebrand of its publishing divisions, comprising new names and a new visual identity, which better represents how the divisions work together. With shared domestic, international and foreign language sales teams Quarto is one integrated supplier to customers worldwide. The new names and logos make this clear while capitalizing on the company's 38-year-old heritage. Read More.
November 7, 2013
What do hippies, surfers, up-and-coming rock bands and cross-country road trippers all have in common? Often, it's their choice of vehicle: a VW Camper Van. In the nearly 70 years since its inception in the 1950s, the reliable and roomy vehicle has become a pop culture icon with a devoted cult following. One of these enthusiasts is Mike Harding, author of The VW Camper Van: A Biography. Part history, part memoir, the book is sure to delight the most diehard of devoteesand fully entertain those who are merely curious. Read More.
August 15, 2013
The food blog at T: The New York Times Style Magazine has called Le Livre Blanc by Anne-Sophie Pic "as much an art book as a practical guide" to cooking. As only the fourth woman in history to be awarded three Michelin stars, Anne-Sophie Pic is routinely described as the best female chef in the world. Her first cookbook in English for Jacqui Small takes the long-established culinary traditions of her family and her country, and re-imagined them through a contemporary and exhilarating approach to texture, form and flavor. Read More.
May 17, 2013
ELLE Magazine Online has published some excerpts of the Aurum Press title "The House of Redgrave: The Lives of a Theatrical Dynasty." The magazine writes: "Consider the legacy of three generations of actors: Patriarch Michael's near-mythic Shakespearean performances; the prolific careers of his daughters, Lynn and Vanessa; and Vanessa's marriage to groundbreaking filmmaker Tony Richardson. Then, there is the modern-day celebrity of Richardson daughters Natasha and Joely; Natasha's golden-couple marriage to Liam Neeson; and, of course, her tragic end. Tim Adler's unauthorized bio, The House of Redgrave: The Lives of a Theatrical Dynasty details the complex idiosyncrasies and salacious goings-on of a bohemian, politically rebellious, sexually insatiable, hugely talented, and close-knit family. We couldn't put it down." Read More.
January 9, 2013
Quayside Publishing Group will distribute The House of Redgrave, a controversial biography of the legendary Hollywood family, when the book is released in the U.S. in March. Read More.