Former OUP publisher launches inclusive fiction development company

Former OUP publisher launches inclusive fiction development company

Jasmine Richards, formerly a publisher at Oxford University Press (OUP), has launched a fiction development company to create inclusive stories for children.

Through Storymix, which is based in Oxford, Richards will develop stories with BAME protagonists, find up-and-coming BAME writers, then sell the concepts to publishers.

Storymix launched at London Book Fair last month and Richards said she is open to working with publishers in different ways but predominantly the plan is to work like a TV production company, offering ideas to potential partners then taking a development fee to suppor...

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