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Atlantic Books is an independent British publishing house founded in 2000. It has since developed a list that has a world-wide reputation for quality, originality and breadth, and includes fiction, history, politics, memoir and current affairs.

It won ‘Imprint and Editor of the Year’ at the British Books Awards in 2005 and 2009, and was ‘Independent Publisher of the Year’ in 2009. It published the Man Booker Prize-winner The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga in 2008 and continues to publish both fiction and non-fiction that garners attention from the likes of the Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction, the Baillie Gifford Prize for Non-Fiction, the Wellcome Book Prize, the CWA Daggers Award, the RSL Ondaatje Prize, the Arthur C. Clarke Award and the Dylan Thomas Prize.

Publishers of recent successes such as bestseller and Hollywood blockbuster Wild by Cheryl Strayed, the inspirational and important Victoria by A.N Wilson and the Wellcome Prize-winner The Iceberg by Marion Coutts, Atlantic Books strives to publish some of the very best fiction and non-fiction written today, from its headquarters in the heart of literary London.

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, allowing Atlantic to reach the widest possible market for its authors.

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Lloyd Clark

Lloyd Clark is a senior academic in the Department of War Studies at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst and Professorial Research Fellow in War Studies, Humanities Research Institute, University of Buckingham. He is the author of several books, including Anzio: The Friction of War, Arnhem: The Greatest Airborne Battle in History and Kursk: The Greatest Battle, has contributed to numerous others and lectures on military history all over the world. He lives in rural Hertfordshire with his wife and three children.

Susanna Forrest

Susanna Forrest lives in Berlin where she works as a writer and editor. She grew up in Norwich and later studied social anthropology at Cambridge. In 2016, she won the Sophie Coe Prize, which is awarded for writing on food history.
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