In her “provocation” in The Bookseller this week, author Kamila Shamsie calls for a Year of Publishing Women in 2018—12 months when publishers... Read more
Women tend to dominate issues of The Bookseller. Last week it was Murtagh, Enright, Atkinson and Harper Lee; this week it is Baroness Rebuck, Tonkinson,... Read more
I have been reflecting on Women in Publishing (WiP), which was established in 1979, having completed two sets of interviews with Sarah O’Reilly at the... Read more
I was recently struck by these words in a picture book: “In some families everyone has a job… and some just can’t get a job... Read more
"Cultural diversity is both a moral and a commercial issue . . . the moral arguments for cultural diversity are backed by strong economic incentives.... Read more
In the early stages of writing The Art of Being Normal, I asked a group of young transgender people if they felt fairly represented in... Read more
Creative Access is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a new website and brand identity as industry heads such as Stephen Page and Tom Weldon pay... Read more
Josie Dobrin is stepping down from her c.e.o. role at Creative Access as the social enterprise celebrates its 10-year anniversary. ... Read more
The UK and Ireland’s major university presses have launched a new framework for collaboration, EvenUP, committed to inclusive practices.
Serita Bonsignore has been appointed to a newly created director role working across Cambridge University Press (CUP) and Cambridge Assessment.