Quadrant Books is a small independent publishing house based in rural Gloucestershire and dedicated to publishing the best in up-and-coming fiction and non-fiction from talented authors from the UK and overseas.
The Quadrant management team consist of publishing professionals with decades of experience across all aspects of the publishing world.
Antonia Tingle is Publishing Director at Quadrant Books and her previous experience ranges from public relations, advertising and marketing through to publishing books and magazines on specialist business to business topics. She has also successfully published 600 plus fiction and non-fiction titles under different imprints. She recently launched Romaunce Books an imprint dedicated to republishing award-winning historical and romantic fiction.
Grace Pilkington Publicity provides services for our book promotions. She has organised campaigns for over a hundred books, including six books by Brian Sewell. She has organised serialization of a number of memoirs, with extracts published in The Sunday Times, The Mail on Sunday and the Daily Mail. In addition to this, she has organised interviews and features on
TV, Radio and in broadsheets, magazines, online and social media. As well as arranging launches, interviews and paid for festival appearances, Grace has escorted authors to such events to ensure they feel comfortable and supported. In addition to this Grace will ensure the book gets sufficient online traction, arranging UK blog tours and setting up features for the author to write, so the book reaches a wider audience.
Peter Jacobs is an editor and project manager with over six years’ experience in producing fiction and non-fiction books for publishers. He works at all stages of the editorial process, equally comfortable tackling the underlying structure of a book as he is proofing a manuscript. He has collaborated with all manner of authors and across a variety of genres – from popular to literary fiction, memoirs to manifestoes for change, anthologies, illustrated books, history, travel writing and more. Peter prefers a conversational approach to editing an author’s writing, working together to make it the best possible version of itself.