Welcome to Ian Fleming Publications Limited

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Welcome to the official website of Ian Fleming Publications Limited. Ian Fleming is best known as the creator of the world’s best known secret agent, James Bond. That is not the end of the story, however: he also wrote Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, worked extensively as a journalist and played an important role in Naval Intelligence.

2008 marks the 100th year after Ian Fleming’s birth, and Ian Fleming Publications is celebrating with the publication of a new James Bond book written by the acclaimed author Sebastian Faulks. Devil May Care will be released to coincide with Ian Fleming’s 100th birthday, on the 28th May 2008. Visit the Ian Fleming Centenary site for more information about exciting events, exhibitions and publications in 2008.

We hope you enjoy looking around the site, where you can read about Fleming’s life and work and about the other projects featuring his characters currently licensed by IFP, including the Young Bond novels and the Moneypenny Diaries.

Latest Updates
8/11/2008
Puffin Launch New Online Game
Puffin have released a new alternate reality game for Young Bond fans – The Shadow War
7/11/2008
Steel Dagger Award Winner is Announced
Following the annual Steel Dagger Awards Dinner, which took place on Thur 10 July, the 2008 CWA Ian Fleming Steel Dagger award winner has been announced.
7/8/2008
Ian Fleming Publications Ltd appoints literary agent Simon Trewin of United Agents
Ian Fleming Publications has appointed Literary agent Simon Trewin of United Agents to manage worldwide English language literary rights in the Ian Fleming titles and Young Bond.
7/1/2008
Ian Fleming Publications First Day Cover
Ian Fleming Publications is producing its own limited edition First Day Cover incorporating all six of the Ian Fleming’s James Bond Special Stamps launched tomorrow by the Royal Mail.
6/4/2008
Devil May Care is Penguin’s Fastest Selling Hardback Fiction Title Ever
Devil May Care is topping the book charts and has sold over 44,000 copies in its first four days.