Atlantic Books

Independent British publisher of literary fiction and non-fiction. Established in 2000, Atlantic Books is renowned for its commitment to publishing exceptional works across various genres, including fiction, history, politics, memoirs, and current affairs.

With an unwavering dedication to quality and originality, Atlantic Books has solidified its position as a literary powerhouse, boasting a roster of bestselling titles that have captivated readers worldwide. Notable bestsellers such as My Sister the Serial Killer, Call Me By Your Name, Crazy Rich Asians, Wild, and Why We Get the Wrong Politicians underscore the imprint's ability to curate a diverse and compelling selection of both fiction and non-fiction.

Having garnered prestigious accolades, including the 'Imprint and Editor of the Year' at the British Books Awards in 2005 and 2009, as well as the esteemed 'Independent Publisher of the Year' in 2009, Atlantic Books has been a consistent force in the literary landscape.

Notably, their publication of the Man Booker Prize-winning novel The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga in 2008 stands as a testament to their unwavering commitment to showcasing literary excellence. Recognized by literary prizes such as the Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction, the Baillie Gifford Prize for Non-Fiction, the Royal Society Science Books Prize, and the Wellcome Book Prize, among others, Atlantic Books continues to pave the way for exceptional storytelling and impactful narratives that resonate with a global audience.

Atlantic Books is a founding member of The Independent Alliance, a global alliance of UK publishers and their international partners. It was formed in 2005 and is now the fourth largest publishing group in the UK.
years of life: 2000 present


Minahas quoted2 years ago
I felt like I was never in the moment I was in. I was always looking back, or
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trexhas quoted2 years ago
I’ve got it all figured out. We’re a parasite. Other animals on this planet coexist with nature. We don’t; we’re like scabies. Tiny mites covering the outer layer of earth, burrowing into it, infecting it. We are like tapeworm
Kiranahas quoted4 months ago
f the intended reader of this book should want to go beyond disagreement with its author and try to identify the sins and deformities that animated him to write it (and I have certainly noticed that those who publicly affirm charity
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