Sally Howe Senior Editor Scribner

About the Editor

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Sally Howe joined Scribner in 2016. She is interested in acquiring literary fiction, memoir, narrative nonfiction, essays, and cultural history, with a particular focus on narratives driven by unusual perspectives and innovative ideas. Her books have won the Orwell Prize for Political Fiction and the Prix du Premier Roman Étranger and been finalists for the Baillie Gifford Prize, the Lambda Literary Award, the Wellcome Book Prize, the Dylan Thomas Prize, the Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction, and the Costa Novel Award. Recent titles include The New Life by Tom Crewe, Witchcraft by Marion Gibson, and To Name the Bigger Lie by Sarah Viren, and forthcoming projects include Clear by Carys Davies, Las Indignas by Agustina Bazterrica, and Happiness and Love by Zoe Dubno. She also works with Thomas Page McBee, Beth Nguyen, Martha McPhee, and Rachel Monroe, among other writers.


Featured Titles

The New Life
To Name the Bigger Lie
Nineteen Claws and a Black Bird
Savage Appetites
Last Updated: May 16, 2024