MARCH NEWSLETTER

Staying up to date with all things OWN IT!

Because Stories Are Life.


OWN IT! AGENCY SPOTLIGHT


Golden Globe winner Idris Elba signs multi-book deal with HarperCollins

We’re delighted to share that we’ve done an exciting deal for London/ New York: Iconic and multi-award-winning actor, musician, filmmaker, and activist Idris Elba and Robyn Charteris who have signed a global multi-book deal with HarperCollins to publish a range of children’s books launching in 2022.

Read more about it here.


Check out this interview in The Guardian by Katy Guest with the incredible, taboo-busting poet, Salena Godden, discussing her first novel Mrs Death Misses Death. 

Read the full article here.


PUBLISHING NEWS


In celebration of the one-year anniversary of publication, we are releasing three postcards of photographs from Stuart’s book One Saturday In 82 On Broadway Market. 

Read more here

With every purchase of Stuart’s book we’ll include a free postcard print.

Get yours at WWW.OWNIT.LONDON/SHOP


This month we’re also celebrating another Publication Birthday!


MOMENTS OF SIGNIFICANCE by MC Angel (Shauna O’Briain) (Published 29.03.2018)

Moments of Significance is a non-linear narrative packed with poetry, prose, fragments of memories and mediations on life, philosophy and politics from an uncompromising voice. Told through Shauna’s personal experiences of growing up on an inner-city London council estate as a White Working Class Queer woman, Moments of Significance is an exploration of society and the political told through a very personal collage of experiences.

Get your copy here


LISTEN TO THIS…

OWN IT! #FIRSTFRIDAYS.

On the First Friday of every month, we release a playlist carefully curated with songs exploring the featured book of that month. ⠀

Our March playlist looks at the themes within the book THE 392 by Ashley Hickson-Lovence

Head over to ownit.london/first-fridays/ to check out the full playlist or listen on Spotify/ Apple Music.


READ THIS…

FILM REVIEW BY JUDE YAWSON

JUDAS AND THE BLACK MESSIAH

Read here


IN MARCH WE CELEBRATED…

WORLD BOOK DAY

+ INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY