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A note for 2013 and details of new offerings from our ever-growing craft sector as well as authors, James Martin, Gizzi Erskine, Tony Turnbull and Dale Pinnock.
Publishing has never been more exciting or more challenging! It’s evolving so quickly, and in so many forms, that the dizzying opportunities for both creating and selling books and content are literally mind blowing…
One of the sectors which is showing massive growth all over the world is craft, and Quadrille has published some of the most ground-breaking, best-selling titles in the genre. Now, we are proud to announce the tie-in book to the first major BBC television craft series, The Great British Sewing Bee, to be launched this spring. As beautiful as it is practical, this looks set to establish itself as the bible on the subject. And it will be followed by a collection of stunning and original titles, including The Bell & Boo Book of Craft, the project book of these enchanting characters, The Liberty Book of Simple Sewing, a glorious follow up to our first, very successful, Liberty title, Simple Makes, an enticing collection of practical books, Girls’ Night In, a brilliant collection of projects and recipes to make each occasion memorable, and we also have glorious new books from the two great ladies of knitting, Debbie Bliss and Erika Knight.
Following on from her brilliant practical books, Cath Kidston’s Coming Up Roses: The story of growing a business, provides an intriguing insight into the success of this amazing eponymous company with its instantly recognizable designs and worldwide outlets.
Our food list is equally exhilarating, James Martin’s Fast Cooking promises to be as inspired as his Slow Cooking, while Leiths’ How To Cook is quite simply the most complete, the most appetising, and the most contemporary cooking bible available. Gizzi Erskine’s revolutionary approach to dieting, Skinny Weeks & Weekend Feasts, shows all sorts of dishes you had never thought could form part of a weight-reducing programme, and TV star Dale Pinnock’s inspiring The Medicinal Chef, provides healthy recipes and guidance on how to use key foods to treat a wide range of ailments. These are followed by the glorious celebration of British country cooking in Yeo Valley’s The Great British Farmhouse Cookbook, the beautiful collection of writing and recipes in Elizabeth David’s On Vegetables and Tony Turnbull’s innovative The Only Recipes You’ll Ever Need, which is the perfect answer to the perennial ‘what shall we have for supper tonight?’
In interiors, it is thrilling to have Tricia Guild’s dazzling Colour Deconstructed, her up-to-the-minute gorgeous guide to using colour and pattern, while Abigail Ahern’s Decorating with Style offers a hip, fresh introduction to creating instant looks without breaking the budget.
Alexandra Schulman described our Vogue titles as offering ‘an authoritative overview of the work of the 20th century’s most influential designers’.Our Vogue on Designers series has got off to a splendid start, with immediate reprints of the first four titles, and superb new ones coming on further icons: Cristóbal Balenciaga, Vivienne Westwood, Ralph Lauren and Hubert de Givenchy.
And finally, we are launching the Quadrille Pregnancy and Childcare list, with two key titles, Expecting a Baby? by Dr Penelope Law and Expecting Twins? by Professor Mark Kilby and Jane Denton, both will be the books on their subject, and are destined to be core titles for years to come.
With this glittering selection, we feel confident that Quadrille’s offering for 2013 will be one of the best ever. Thank you all – booksellers, distributors and co-publishers all over the world – for your support.