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  • International Churchill Society Offer Extended!

    Following the great success of the International Churchill Society Conference we extended the exclusive reader offer until 30th November 2020. Just enter the discount code CHURCHILL25 at the checkout to get a copy of Winston Churchill: Painting on the French Riviera by Paul Rafferty for £25 plus P&P.

    Click here to order a copy

  • We Are Hiring!

    Unicorn Publishing Group (UPG) is looking to hire a new Publishing Assistant based in our Sussex production office. UPG is a leading independent publisher with four imprints producing titles on a wide range of subjects including the visual arts, cultural history, military history, historical fiction and health and wellbeing.

    This is an...

  • Frankfurt Book Fair

    Due to Covid-19, Frankfurt Book Fair 2020 is now taking place as a Digital Fair from 12th to 18th October. We will therefore not be able to meet you at our usual exhibition stand, however we are still accepting submissions and virtual meetings during this period, so if you would like to arrange a meeting with any of our directors please email...

  • Royal Automobile Club Motoring Book of the Year Award

    We are delighted to share that Louis Coatalen: Engineering Impresario of Humber, Sunbeam, Talbot and Darracq by Oliver Heal has been shortlisted for the Royal Automobile Club Motoring Book of the Year Award 2020. The winner will be announced on Wednesday 28th October at a special awards ceremony held at the Royal Automobile Club’s historic Pall...

  • The David Cassidy Connections Podcast

    Author Louise Poynton has launched a companion podcast to her book Cherish: David Cassidy - A Legacy of Love. The new podcast 'The David Cassidy Connections' launched this month and is available to listen to on all podcast platforms. Click here to listen.

  • Signed Copies

    We can now offer signed book plates for all our new titles, so if you would like to request a signed copy when purchasing books from our website please email orders@unicornpublishing.org with your order confirmation details. Stock is limited and may take longer to process so please bear with us.

  • A Passion for Fashion Lockdown Lecture

    Author Antonia Keaney has filmed a lockdown lecture on her latest book A Passion for Fashion: 300 Years of Style at Blenheim Palace!
     

    The lecture can be found over on our Facebook page here.

  • William MB Berger Prize for British Art History 2020

    We are delighted to announce that a number of Unicorn titles have been longlisted for the William MB Berger Prize for British Art History 2020. The nominated titles from Unicorn are: Two Lives in Colour by Ian Collins, The Geometry of Beauty by James Bartos, My Dearest Heart by Penny Hunting, Illustrating Armageddon by Jim Davies, and The...

  • Elizabeth's French Wars Awarded First Runner Up

    Elizabeth’s French Wars 1562-1598 by William Heap has been awarded first runner up in the best first book category of the Templar Medal Awards by the Society for Army Historical Research.

  • Unicorn Acquires Adrift: The Curious Tale Of The Lego Lost At Sea

    Unicorn, the visual arts and cultural history imprint of Unicorn Publishing Group LLP, is pleased to announce that it has acquired World rights to publish Adrift: The Curious Tale of the Lego Lost at Sea by Tracey Williams, scheduled for publication in May 2021.

     

    In 1997 sixty-two containers fell off the cargo ship Tokio Express after it was...

  • Covid 19 Update

    Unicorn Publishing Group is working as normal and following the current government advice regarding COVID19. Social distancing measures are in place in our office and warehouse as well as the majority of our staff working from home. Please note that our London office is currently closed.

    We are still able to fulfil any trade and direct customer...

  • Elizabeth's French Wars Shortlisted For Two Prizes

    Elizabeth’s French Wars 1562-1598 by William Heap has been shortlisted for both the Duke of Wellington Medal for Military History and The Templer Medal First Book Prize awarded by the Society for Army Historical Research.