Publicists win the plaudits at PPC awards

<p>Serpent's Tail was the smallest publisher in a crowd of giants to win a Publishers Publicity Circle award last week.</p><p>Lisa Gooding of Serpent's Tail took the Waterstone's Award for paperback original fiction, for her campaign for One Hundred Strokes of the Brush Before Bedtime. Large independent Bloomsbury also won recognition, bagging The Bookseller Award for hardback fiction, for Katie Bond's campaign on Jonathan Strange&amp;Mr Norrell.</p><p>The PPC Silver Trophy for hardback non-fiction went to Rina Gill of Century for Sickened. Joint winners of the Borders Award for hardback ce...

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