Gibson Square publishing was launched in 2001 and specialises in titles connected to current interests. Each title is supported by a tailored marketing campaign.
We are the publisher of Blowing up Russia by Alexander Litvinenko, the former Russian spy poisoned with Polonium 210 in London. The book investigates the corrupt 1999 apartment bombings in Moscow that launched the political career of Vladimir Putin, the man who had been Litvinenko's commanding officer.In 2016, the UK government's Litvinenko Inquiry by Sir Robert Owen found that President Putin had 'probably' ordered the assassination. Rights to this title were sold to over 16 countries.
For authors published by Gibson Square, please find a selection on the left side of this web page.
TEL UK: +44 (0) 20 7096 1100
TEL USA: +1 646 216 9488
Email: info @ gibsonsquare.com / rights @ gibsonsquare.com
Submitting book proposals:
Please include a proposal of describing the book in one or two pages, a chapter break-down with a description of 50 - 100 words of each chapter, your curriculum vitae (as a writer or professionally if this is relevant to the proposal), your (personal) reason for wanting to write and publish the book, as well as a comprehensive list of suggested publications and people you know might be interested in taking note of what you are writing. Please also include either the whole book or the first few chapters as well as scans of photographs (where appropriate).
Every proposal will be considered carefully if they follow the guidelines below. Due to the high volume of submissions, however, we can only respond to book proposals we think might suit our publishing programme.
Proposals may be put forward by email only. Please do not post proposals or books to us.
Please include the word 'proposal' in the subject line of your email to ensure that your email will pass the virus screen. Omission of this word means that your proposal will not reach us.
If you have not heard back from us after four weeks, regretfully, we are unable to take your proposal further.