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  • Spring 2022 Catalogue

    In this year's Spring 2022 catalogue we are launching a record 58 new titles, 41 of them from our own Unicorn, Uniform, Universe and Unify imprints and 17 from our Unicorn Sales and Distributions division's client publishers. We believe it is our strongest offering to date.

  • Maritime Media Awards 2021

    This year two Uniform titles, The Making of a Royal Naval Officer by Mark Carne and Unfortunate Occurrence and Knavish Tricks by John Chuter, were nominated for The Mountbatten Award for Best Book. The winner was announced online on Thursday 28th October.

  • Alice's Skydive for Cystic Fibrosis Trust

    Unicorn's very own Publishing Assistant, Alice Bailey, did a skydive to raise money for Cystic Fibrosis Trust this month. She has raised an astonishing £1,746 so far, if you would like to show your support and donate click here.

  • September's Latest Acquisition

    Unicorn has recently acquired new title The History of Gothic Fashion by Katie Godman which will be published in May 2022. The History of Gothic Fashion charts Gothic dress from its ancient origins to its various revivals, examining its cultural inspirations including folk lore, 19th-century novels, the silver screen and rock...

  • Smoke and Mirror promotional video

    Smoke and Mirrors author Leonid Sinelnikov has made a promotional video for his book. Watch it here.

  • Oxford Elementary Chinese Series

    The Oxford Elementary Chinese (OEC) series is a four-level series designed especially for young learners to learn Chinese as a foreign language. The books  are designed to fit the National Curriculum and for teaching Chinese to all year groups through primary school.

    Click here to view the OEC catalogue and for more information on the series.


  • Wilbur Smith Adventure Writing Prize

    We are delighted to share that Otto Eckhart's Ordeal by Niall Edworthy has been shortlisted for the annual 2021 Wilbur Smith Adventure Writing Prize, Best Published Novel. The shortlist includes six titles published between 1st May 2020 and 30th April 2021, the winner will be announced at a special online ceremony on 8th September 2021. For...

  • New Sales and Distribution Client Exbury Gardens

    Unicorn Publishing Group is pleased to announce that it has signed a global sales and distribution agreement with Exbury Gardens. Their first book The Eighth Wonder of the World: Exbury Gardens and the Rothchilds by Lionel de Rothschild and Francesca Murray Rowlins will be published in September 2021. The book has already received press...

  • S&D Clients Reopening

    With lockdown restrictions easing, many of our S&D Clients have been able to re-open. 

    Farleys House and Gallery: Farleys Sculpture gardens will reopen from 18th April. Galleries and House Tours are scheduled to open to visitors from 20th May. Click here for more information.

    Imperial War Museum: From 12th April, visitors will be welcomed back on...

  • Autumn 2021 Catalogue

    This year’s Autumn 2021 catalogue represents not only our finest collection of new titles ever, but a bold statement of confidence in the future of high quality publishing in general and the Unicorn Publishing Group imprints in particular.

    Click here to view our Autumn 2021 catalogue!

  • Unicorn Shanghai Bureau

    Reflecting China’s vibrant contemporary art scene, and our increasing role in it, we have opened our Unicorn Shanghai Bureau. Shanghai is its epicentre with no fewer than 800 art spaces and thousands of exhibiting artists, numbers growing all the time, and we will be working with them to publish and market beautiful art books around the world. 

  • Unicorn acquires Nine Lives: The History of Biggin Hill

    We are very excited to have acquired the rights for a new book about the history of Biggin Hill airport. Starting as a bumpy landing field in 1916, Biggin Hill famously went on to become a major RAF fighter airfield in the Second World War and is now an international air hub, London Biggin Hill Airport. Called Nine Lives: The History of Biggin...