Tagged: Students

Do you need a PhD to work in scholarly publishing?

Why should you consider scholarly publishing as a career?  It’s just long beards, dusty tomes and heavy textbooks, right?  Wrong. Scholarly publishing is one of... Read more

Student blog: success and serialisation

Big successes in the publishing industry come in threes…or fours, fives, and sixes. Serialisation is a key factor in developing brands and launching star authors... Read more

Student blog: reputation, reputation, reputation

If there’s one sentiment about publishing that I’ve consistently heard during lectures at UCL (apart from the polarising powers of Amazon and the extreme importance... Read more

Lit in Colour launches Creative Student Prize

Lit in Colour is launching a new competition, the Creative Student Prize, to encourage young people to explore their relationship with reading.  ... Read more

Reduce, reuse, recycle!

Danielle Walsh, a Publishing Media student from Oxford Brookes, looks at how publishers can improve their working practices for recyling and waste disposal. ... Read more

A memorable London Book Fair 2016

MA Publishing student Zoe Sharples on how the London Book Fair affirmed her decision to pursue a career in publishing. Read more

My day at the FutureBook Conference 2015

Chloë Rose, an undergraduate from Birmingham university was part of our team of helpers at FutureBook 2015.  Here's what she thought of the conference and... Read more

Why you should have been at FutureBook

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

Technology in publishing: Society of Young Publishers Conference 2015

Emma Petfield, our resident blogger at the Society of Young Publishers conference, takes a look at the day. Read more

A student’s view of the publishing world

Student Isabella Anton reflects on her experience at Frankfurt Book Fair. Read more

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