Leading publishing industry figures have hailed the impact of Creative Access after the social enterprise group placed its 1,000th paid intern this week.
A fresh selection of book trade figures give their predictions and hopes for the year ahead, with regional and ethnic diversity high on the wish-lists... Read more
Diversity social enterprise Creative Access is launching a new mentoring scheme and is seeking volunteers from the publishing industry.
Creative Access is to operate as a not-for-profit social enterprise from this month as a result of having its funding withdrawn from the government.... Read more
The future of diversity charity Creative Access, which has placed more than 100 interns from ethnic minority backgrounds in companies across the trade, is in... Read more
Creative Access will “continue to operate as usual” after its current method of funding runs out next June, its c.e.o has said.... Read more
Creative Access will run out of funding next year unless an urgent new source is found, the charity's founder Josie Dobrin has warned.... Read more
The most influential and innovative people in publishing and writing have been named by The Hospital Club h.Club 100.
Canongate c.e.o. Jamie Byng, literary agent Juliet Mushens, Goldsboro Books’ owner David Headley and author Malorie Blackman are among the shortlist for the publishing and... Read more
The key to achieving real diversity within publishing is to reach out to people from a variety of backgrounds who may not have previously considered... Read more