• March 09, 2015 10:00
  • Sam Deacon

Biteback, the UK’s leading publisher of political and current affairs books, is seeking a Publicity Manager.
The successful candidate will have a proven track record in managing all aspects of high-profile publicity campaigns, as well as exceptional interpersonal and organisational skills, impeccable author-care standards and an excellent list of media contacts. The role will also include the event management of the Political Book Awards, so experience in organising and managing events is essential.
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced publicist with drive and ambition to contribute to the success of a rapidly growing independent publisher.
To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to

Closing Date: Friday 27th March


March Releases

  • March 04, 2015 13:00
  • Sarah Thrift

March has arrived, and there's just 63 days until the 2015 General Election. We've got eleven new releases to keep you occupied including books from Nigel Farage, Kelvin MacKenzie, Joan Smith and Parmjit Dhanda. Don't forget all books will be available on our two week price promise too. 



Make sure you keep an eye on our website in the run up to May 7th. We'll be selecting the best election reads, giving you the chance to try-before-you-buy with a host of sample chapters, and offering some outstanding discounts too! Sign up to our mailing list to receive these offers via email.



The Why Vote Books Sales Update: UKIP Voters Are More Computer Friendly & Green Voters Kill More Trees

  • March 03, 2015 12:00
  • Iain Dale

Back in the autumn Biteback published a series of books called “Why Vote…” covering the four main political parties. In January we added ‘Why Vote Green’ to the list. I’ve calculated sales up until the end of February, and these are the figures.

UKIP 26.7%
Labour 23.5%
Conservative 17.6%
Green 17.5%
LibDem 14.7%

It’s a very good performance for the ‘Why Vote Green’ book as it’s only been on the shelves for a little over a month.

Interestingly, UKIP voters are the most eBook friendly, with 13% of the ‘Why Vote UKIP’ book being downloaded on the Kindle or via iBooks or the Nook. By way of contrast only 2% of the ‘Why Vote Green’ book are eBook sales. How ironic that the Greens kill more trees than their counterparts. However, Green purchasers are more likely to buy direct from the Biteback or Politicos websites than Amazon, so good for them!

I’ll update the figures again at the end of March.

You can buy each of the books at Biteback Publishing’s website or the whole series is available for £37.50 (normal price £50) HERE.


Gay Shorts: An eBook-only Exclusive

  • February 27, 2015 13:00
  • Sarah Thrift

Read Gay Shorts by Iain DaleGay Shorts by Iain Dale

An eBook-only exclusive from Biteback Publishing

RRP: £2.99 Our Price: £1.79 

When political pundit Iain Dale was asked to write a column for bestselling gay lifestyle magazine Attitude it didn't take him long to provide an answer...    

Gay Shorts is a collection of these columns. From fashion to nudity, being offended to being vain, Christmas holidays to summer vacations, Dale entertains and moves with this great new title. 

Read a sample from Gay Shorts: The gay stereotype

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Greekonomics: Today's Essential Reading for just £2.99

  • February 20, 2015 11:15
  • Sarah Thrift

For several weeks now our screens, radios and papers have been littered with discussion of the 'Greece crisis'. Will Greece exit the euro? Can Germany agree to any of the proposed new terms for a bail-out? What will happen next? How would a 'Grexit' affect you? To assist in understanding of the crisis, we're offering readers the chance to buy Greekonomics, by top economist Vicky Pryce, for just £2.99 today. 

Greekonomics: The Euro Crisis and Why Politicians Don't Get It
By Vicky Pryce

PB RRP: £9.99  Our Price: £4.99
eBook RRP: £6.99 Our Price: £2.99

Greekonomics explores the history of the eurozone, lays bare the causes of the crisis and suggests a way out of the current mess. Read the introduction

Reviews for Greekonomics:

"Shatteringly comprehensive." Dominic Lawson, Sunday Times

"An interesting and accessible polemic." The Guardian 

"There is no doubt that Greekonomics is a good read. It has intellectual depth and insider perspective... There are even flashes of humour." The Independent

"She offers three persuasive, if reconcilable, conclusions unless Germay pays much more: that a Greek exit from the euro is too dangerous; that Green cannot repay its debts; and that a diet of perpetual austerity risks killing the patient." The Economist

"The future of the euro matters hugely to everyone in Europe, whether we are in or out of the single currency. I am delighted that Vicky Pryce has produced this book on the economic and political issue of the moment." Peter Mandelson