Tagged: Women in publishing

Generation XX

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

Reflecting on Women in Publishing

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

'This generation is different'; Frances-White says women will take trade's top jobs

Almost 200 people attended the first official Conduit event, as host Deborah Frances-White spoke of how soon the industry’s top jobs will “routinely” be taken... Read more

Conduit women in publishing event sells out—organisers forced to find bigger venue

The newly launched collective for women in publishing, Conduit, has found an expanded venue for its inaugural meeting next month after an overwhelming response saw all spaces snapped up within an... Read more

Women in Publishing reactivates, schedules pay gap meeting

Women in Publishing is to restart its regular meetings this autumn, launching with a panel discussion to explore the pay gap in September. Read more

Rebuck, Calder, Gregory reflect on the impact of Women in Publishing

Thirty high-profile former members of Women in Publishing reflect on how the group empowered women in the industry in the 1970s and '80s in an oral... Read more

Ursula Mackenzie wins Pandora Award 2015

Little, Brown chairman Ursula Mackenzie has won the Pandora Award - Women in Publishing’s award for "significant and sustained contribution to the publishing industry".... Read more

How I got my job In books: Lucy Llewellyn, founder, Head & Heart

I’m one of the very few people to have got into publishing by accident. In the final year of my photography degree I started specialising... Read more

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