Tagged: Publishing

Call the author

Nobody wants a story when they cannot breathe, wrote author Sarah Perry, in a piece published in the Guardian last week, that detailed her passing... Read more

The state of publishing in Britain

In an extract of an article by novelist Kerry Hudson, commissioned by Writers’ Centre Norwich for The National Conversation, the Scottish author explores the state... Read more

How open is publishing?

The most important people in publishing are the writers and illustrators, those who create brilliant books and stories. Last week I read comments from [new... Read more

Noisy neighbours

Being the biggest only makes sense if you can also be the best. Last year four of the 10 bestselling print titles of the year... Read more

Channel funnel

The words on the front cover of this week’s issue are not uncontroversial: “how to build a bestseller”. There is no single factor that moves... Read more

2015: The shape of things to come

This time last year I wrote that we were just beginning to see the future shape of conglomerate publishing as the merger of Random... Read more

Student blog: second chances

The great dream of postgraduate education is that, somehow, you’re going to do it better this time around. Mostly, this is an illusion. You will... Read more

Leap of faith

I am writing this in a cafe on my way to General Synod. It’s quite an exciting time in the Church of England at the... Read more

Publishing diversity: my experience

I decided that I wanted to work in publishing a few months after graduating. Having realised that I’d have to do work experience to be... Read more

Hachette - Insight into a new office, and a Job in Books

I went along to the Insight into Publishing event at Hachette UK this month to see how it would compare to last year’s event. Sylvia... Read more

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