Niall Cunniffe asks if writers' festivals are worth time and money.
For Academic Book Week Sarah Stanton tells us about her role as Shakespeare publisher for Cambridge University Press.
To coincide with Academic Book Week Brendan George, publisher for philosphy at Palgrave Macmillan, on the importance of scholarly publishing.
The UK government’s Apprenticeship Levy, launched next year, will give publishers the chance to broaden their talent pool and recruit inventively, says Emma House.... Read more
Marianne Tatepo on the path to publishing for people from ethnically diverse backgrounds.
Canelo's Simon Collinson on why publishing should pay all interns.
Amy Durant, publishing director for e-book publisher Endeavour Press, writes about working in e-books and the skills needed.
Publishers are changing the entry-level criteria for prospective candidates simply to secure the best talent, argues Neil Morrison.
Bonnier Publishing's c.e.o. Richard Johnson on why he thinks that having a university degree should not be a pre-requisite for working in publishing. ... Read more
Zoe Sharples, a student on the publishing MA at University College London, tells us about her day at FutureBook conference and why she thinks it... Read more
With all the talk of putting an end to the unpaid internship, Felicity Box tells us why she thinks it's important to make sure there... Read more
Emma Petfield, our resident blogger at the Society of Young Publishers conference, takes a look at the day.
Charlotte Sabin looks at the effect digital trends are having on young people looking to work in publishing.
A Publishing MA is not essential to working in the industry but it is a route that is being favoured by more students each year.... Read more
I know it sounds like a cliché, but I can’t remember a time when I didn’t want to work with books. However, as my undergraduate... Read more
Issue No 5790
Friday, February 16 2018
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