This month we publish A Thousand Coloured Castles: Gareth Brookes’ gloriously crayoned follow-up to his prize-winning The Black Project, is described by one reader as ‘Wallace and Gromit in the time of Brexit’. It is, as Paul Gravett says, ‘revelatory’ and its author ‘a true modern visionary — you have not read his like before.’

Next month we publish Nicholas Royle’s dazzlingly audacious new novel, An English Guide to Birdwatching. Praised by Alison Moore as ‘a daring novel, both wickedly playful and deeply touching’, it combines a page-turning story about literary theft, adultery and ambition with a poetic and moving investigation into our relationship to birds and the environment.


In August, we launch S.V.Berlin’s The Favourite, an utterly immersive novel of estranged siblings, the untidiness of a sudden death and a grieving process that takes time to unfold. Bestselling author Elly Griffiths says she ‘hasn’t ever read a more assured or compelling debut.’

Later this year, we publish The Big Push: Exposing and Challenging Sustainable Patriarchy by leading US feminist Cynthia Enloe. Pulling back the curtain on patriarchy’s current workings, she reveals not only blatant sexism, but complicity and tokenism dressed up as modernization. As Helena Kennedy says, The Big Push is ‘a manual for taking us to the finishing line of gender equality. A jolt of new energy for longstanding feminists and a ‘must read’ for our new generations’. 


Myriad publishes award-winning literary fiction, crime and thrillers, and graphic novels, and produces the ground-breaking State of the World atlas series. Our bestselling authors include Dan Smith, crime writers Elizabeth Haynes and Lesley Thomson, and graphic authors Darryl Cunningham, Kate Evans and Una. We champion new and emerging authors through two work-in-progress competitions. Read more about Myriad.