535, an imprint of Blink Publishing, is set to publish Shaughnessy Bishop-Stall’s Hungover: A History of the Morning After and One Man’s Quest for the Cure. Joel Simons, Publisher at 535, acquired UK rights from Stephanie Sinclair on behalf of Samantha Haywood at the Transatlantic Agency.

Hungover takes readers on a journey to discover what happens to our bodies when we over-imbibe and all the ways, over time and through cultures, we’ve tried to fix it.

Shaughnessy’s ‘Hungover’ is gonzo journalism at its very best.

-Joel Simons, Publisher, 535

Simons said: “Shaughnessy’s Hungover is gonzo journalism at its very best. Passionate, entertaining and absolutely hilarious, it’s the perfect bedtime reading for the booziest time of year.”

The book is set to publish alongside Penguin USA and HarperCollins Canada in November 2018.