Sea Fever: An extract

Read an extract from this great seaside miscellany

Five reasons why you should care about swimming pools in the US

Racism drained the pools in the US. Here's why this affects the whole world.

#ChooseBookshops – Profile staff on their favourite indies

Bookshops opening on 12th April across England and Wales

A 25th birthday Q&A with MD & Founder, Andrew Franklin

Our editorial intern asks our MD some questions

Announcing NYT Bestseller The Sum of Us by Heather McGhee

The Sum of Us will be published in ebook on 26th March and hardback 15th April.

The Address Book longlisted for the Jhalak Prize

The prize celebrates books by British/British resident BAME writers.

Happy 80th Richard Mabey, bestselling nature writer

We look back on the works of the UK's top nature writer

11 Remarkable things about Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Discover incredible facts about Elizabeth Barrett Browning

A Q&A with Mark Solms, author of The Hidden Spring

Read an interview with Mark Solms, neuropsychologist and author of The Hidden Spring

New Leaves: Souvenir Books for a Fresh 2021

Souvenir books to turn a new leaf in our lives and start fresh in 2021

Intensive Care: read an extract

Read an extract from Intensive Care

Profile Books to publish THE HAPPY TRAITOR, Simon Kuper’s biography of spy George Blake

Profile to publish Simon Kuper's biography of spy George Blake, The Happy Traitor

Ned Palmer’s perfect Christmas cheese board

The author of A Cheesemonger's History of the British Isles picks his favourite cheeses for the Christmas table.

The Souvenir Press Christmas Book Gift Guide 2020

Discover what's on our Souvenir Press Christmas list.

The Profile Christmas Gift Guide 2020

It's here! Our round up of the best non-fiction Christmas book gifts.

Announcing Kate Mosse’s An Extra Pair of Hands

Kate Mosse will be joining our list in 2021.

Gawande and Murthy appointed to Joe Biden’s Covid task force

Two of our authors are on Biden's Covid-19 advisory board

Q&A with Betty Edwards, author of Drawing on the Dominant Eye

'One of the few positive things about the COVID pandemic may be that many people who must remain sheltered have found new creative interests and outlets, including drawing.'