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Swift Press is an award-winning independent publishing company that launched in June 2020. Part of the Independent Alliance, we publish fiction and a wide range of non-fiction.

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Stay, Daughter

Yasmin Azad

What Your Teen is Trying to Tell You

Stella O'Malley

Tune into your teen and discover a happier family dynamic

Time to Think

Hannah Barnes

Time to Think tells the real story behind the headlines about the NHS’s flagship gender service for children

The Shards

Bret Easton Ellis

A sensational new novel from the bestselling author of Less Than Zero and American Psycho that tracks a group of privileged Los Angeles high school friends as a serial killer strikes across the city

River of the Gods

Candice Millard

The harrowing story of one of the great feats of exploration of all time and its complicated legacy from a New York Times bestselling author

The White House Plumbers

Egil "Bud" Krogh

SOON TO BE A FIVE-PART HBO SERIES, STARRING WOODY HARRELSON AND JUSTIN THEROUX

The Collector

Anne Mette Hancock

'Gripping, endearing, dark, and funny, Anne Mette Hancock has written the best series I've read this year. Kaldan and Schafer are my new favourite crime-solving duo. Highly recommended' - Harlan Coben

The House Next to the Factory

Sonal Kohli

The House Next to the Factory shows a changing India over three decades through the lens of one family and the house that they live in

Auld Acquaintance

Sofia Slater

Tense, moody and claustrophobic, Auld Acquaintance is the unputdownable debut by Sofia Slater

Three Tales of My Father’s Dragon

Ruth Stiles Gannett

As seen on Netflix

The Age of Resilience

Jeremy Rifkin

The Age of Resilience is a wide-ranging look at the political, economic and cultural effects of the global shift from an economy based on efficiency to one based on resilience

The Gita: For Children

Roopa Pai

Unlock ancient wisdom and give kids the keys to confidence


Updates

Swift’s 2022 Books of the Year

‘A book to gorge on’ | ‘Serpentine storytelling’ | ‘Definitive’

We’re thrilled to celebrate the end of 2022 with six Books of the Year selected across our non-fiction and fiction lists.

  • Suspect by Scott Turow
  • An Everlasting Meal by Tamar Adler
  • You’ve Been Played by Adrian Hon
  • Dilla Time by Dan Charnas
  • The Come Up by Jonathan Abrams
  • Of Boys and Men by Richard Reeves

Bret Easton Ellis launches The Shards, his first novel for over 10 years, in London and Oxford

Bret Easton Ellis will be visiting the UK in February 2023 to mark the publication of his new novel