From The Bookseller
Head of Zeus has triumphed in a fiercely contested six-way auction to acquire a debut fantasy trilogy by 30-year-old computer game designer Luke Scull in a strong six-figure deal.
Mathilda Imlah bought UK and Commonwealth rights to The Grim Company and two sequels through Robert Dinsdale, working in association with A M Heath. Deals are "pending" in the US and Europe.
...in which Head of Zeus make an appearance as an upstart start up, and Doppler, the subversive Elk, is labeled a Moose.
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Head of Zeus has acquired three books by television screenwriter David Gilman, with the first to be published as a lead title for summer 2013.
Publisher Nic Cheetham bought UK and British Commonwealth rights in the three historical adventure books, which will form the beginning of the Master of War series. The deal was signed with Isobel Dixon at Blake Friedmann.
On April 12 Head of Zeus celebrated both the end of the company's first one hundred days and the arrival of its first catalogue. Coincidentally the number of titles acquired since the company was founded also rose to 100.
Head of Zeus opened for business today, 3 January 2012. In just six months time, by the beginning of July, we will have launched our first books. Our list will be a mix of general and literary fiction, genre fiction and non fiction. Come back soon and see how we are doing...