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
The number of authors of colour publishing YA books has declined since 2006, a new study has revealed.
Bloomsbury’s executive director Richard Charkin is set to take up an honorary role at UCL university this month.
Other publishers and universities are welcoming Penguin Random House UK's decision to disregard university degrees as a prerequisite for applications.... Read more
Open Access monographs and textbooks will be in the spotlight at University College London’s newly relaunched UCL Press, now established as the UK’s first fully... Read more
University College London will next week launch UCL Press, the first “fully Open Access university press in the UK”. The in-house publishing arm, which will... Read more
Marianne Tatepo is part of the team behind UCL Publishers' Prize for Student Writing 2015: A Collection of Short Stories and Flash Fiction ‘Risk is inevitable’ is... Read more