|Capuchin Classics are Books to Keep Alive.
A driving sense of discovery lies at the heart of Capuchin: reviving great works of fiction which have been unjustly forgotten or neglected. Our ethos is to restore a richness to the canon, and each book is introduced afresh by a well-known figure.
The early Capuchin titles included Michael Arlen’s captivating evocation of the world of the 1920s The Green Hat; Tom Stacey’s gem of a love story and Fleet Street lore The Man Who Knew Everything (originally published and filmed as Deadline); and GK Chesterton’s riotous forecast of rebellious London, The Napoleon of Notting Hill. Later titles have included a hugely successful selection of titles by Nancy Mitford.
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||Opportunities at Capuchin Classics
We welcome applications from people who are interested in beginning or furthering a career in publishing to work as interns at Capuchin.
We will undertake to provide interesting, genuine projects across the range of our publishing activity, and so provide the opportunity to engage in valuable work in our editorial, production, sales and marketing departments. We also reimburse reasonable travel expenses.
To arrange an interview, please contact Deana Said by calling 020 7221 7166 or emailing email@example.com.