27 Jul 2017 - 09:07
Laurie Canciani's lyrical, magical and disturbing debut novel, The Insomnia Museum, is coming from Head of Zeus' Apollo imprint in June 2018.
26 Jul 2017 - 09:07
Did you know that dinosaurs didn't roar, but cooed like pigeons? That pigeons are dinosaurs? Or that T-Rex wasn't green and scaly but ginger and covered in feathers?
25 Jul 2017 - 09:07

You've probably heard of the Knights Templar from the Da Vinci Code, Ivanhoe or even Assassins Creed, but the real history is so much more exciting than any myth.

24 Jul 2017 - 12:07

On Saturday 22nd July, Joseph Finder appeared in conversation with Arne Dahl at the Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival in Harrogate, discussing his new novel The Switch.

20 Jul 2017 - 10:07

Head of Zeus's Zephyr imprint have acquired Malcolm Duffy's debut novel, Me Mam, Me Dad, Me. It follows Danny, a 13-year-old Geordie lad through the trials and tribuations of family life and first love. 

18 Jul 2017 - 09:07

The Snow Angel by award-winning children's author Lauren St John will be published this Christmas by Head of Zeus' Zephr imprint. Set in Africa and the Scottish Highlands, The Snow Angel tells the story of Makena, a Kenyan girl whose dream is to climb mountains. When her life is shattered, she embarks on a quest for a place she can call home. The Snow Angel is a deeply moving novel about love, loss and slum ballet. Read on for an exclusive extract.

17 Jul 2017 - 12:07
Head of Zeus imprint Apollo has acquired debut novel The Insomnia Museum by Welsh writer Laurie Canciani. Commissioning Editor Helen Francis acquired UK and Commonwealth rights in the book from Will Francis at Janklow and Nesbit. 
14 Jul 2017 - 10:07

Last night, Thursday 13th July, Head of Zeus were delighted to launch Victoria Schofield's The Black Watch at Daunt Books Holland Park in London.

13 Jul 2017 - 10:07

Last night, Wednesday 12th July, Head of Zeus were delighted to join Emma Dibdin launching her new novel, The Room by the Lake at West End Lane Books in London. The Room by the Lake is a sophisticated debut thriller about a young woman drawn in by a cult.

12 Jul 2017 - 09:07

Emma Dibdin's debut novel, The Room by the Lake, publishes on 10th August, but it has already garnered some great early buzz from NetGalley and bloggers. Read on for some great advance praise on what is set to be one of this year's hottest debuts.

11 Jul 2017 - 11:07

The Battle of Waterloo was fought in 1815 and resulted in Napoleon's exile to the remote island of Saint Helena and an unambiguous end to the First French Empire and the political and military career of one of the greatest commanders and statesmen in history. However, Wellington's victory was a narrow one, and perhaps should have belonged to the commander of a superb army of 128,000 troops with only seven losses amid the 60 battles he had fought. K.J. Whittaker's False Lights imagines what would have happened had Napoleon emerged victorious from that fateful battle, rather than Wellington. 

10 Jul 2017 - 10:07

Dan Jones wrote for the Sunday Times Magazine this weekend on George R.R. Martin's pseudo-medieval A Song of Ice and Fire series and the successful HBO television adaptation it inspired. He explores the stylistic connections between the 'sexy, fast-paced, witty and often quite nasty' work of medieval chroniclers such as Chrétien de Troyes; the gory inspirations for the Red Wedding; and the value of a series that pays homage to history without aspiring to faultless accuracy (and inevitably failing).

06 Jul 2017 - 10:07

Victoria Schofield's new book, The Black Watch: Fighting in the Front Line 1899-2006, tells the heroic and inspiring story of the Scottish Black Watch regiment in wars across the world across the 20th and 21st centuries.