Tagged: Marianne Tatepo

Stop being ‘nice’, start doing good: 15 steps to doing better

Having collected views from Black people across the publishing industry for the past year, the Black Agents and Editors’ Group has outlined 15 steps for... Read more

Power trumps representation

Power trumps representation

The Black Issue is about just that: the power of diasporic collaboration and the multitudes of Blackness. It is a celebration of difference without the... Read more

When all is said, what is being done? Introducing the Black Agents & Editors’ Group

The global if tragically-induced surge of the Black Lives Matter movement has sparked vital conversations. Yet, what was revelatory for so many in our industry... Read more

Young, BAME, and chasing the 'alternative route into publishing' dream

Marianne Tatepo on the path to publishing for people from ethnically diverse backgrounds. Read more

Mantel makes rare judging appearance for Mslexia Novel Competition

Hilary Mantel will lead the judging panel of the Mslexia Novel Competition, the first time she has judged such a contest for almost two decades. ... Read more

Comp model still has place but can hold back innovation and diversity, editors say

Comping, the practice of comparing new submissions to other similar books, still has a place in the publishing industry but its value is limited and can... Read more

Ebury rush-publishes TikTok sensation Burn After Writing

Ebury is rush-publishing a new edition of designer Sharon Jones' Burn After Writing, after it became a viral sensation through TikTok. ... Read more

Michaela Coel's 'agenda-setting' debut scooped by Ebury

A debut title from Bafta-winning actor and writer of “I May Destroy You” Michaela Coel, Misfits: A Personal Manifesto, has been scooped by Ebury Press.... Read more

Mateo Askaripour | 'The lines are intentionally blurred, which puts the responsibility on the reader to decide what’s what'

On publication in January, Iranian-Jamaican  Brooklynite Mateo Askaripour’s Black Buck became an instant New York Times bestseller. Described as “a crackling, satirical début novel”, and... Read more

Ebury triumphs at auction for Sutton’s guide to 'joyful' living

Ebury has acquired Hill House Living: How to Create a Joyful Life by stylist, blogger and Instagrammer Paula Sutton, following a heated seven-way auction. ... Read more

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