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How to Make Your CV Stand Out
Join The Bookseller in conversation with Jamie Cooper, as he shows us how to make sure your CV stands out, how to market yourself, and why you should ALWAYS write a cover letter...
If you want to see more from Jamie, he runs FREE CV workshops, email him on email@example.com to sign up for more of his stuff!
This is a #jobsinbooks masterclass.
The Positive Impact of Prizes on Translation
Literary prizes have the power to dramatically raise the profile of international writing, bringing new attention to foreign authors and translated works. But what impact do literary prizes have on translators, authors and publishers? How do they affect and incentivize the market for translated works? How do prizes help overcome barriers to getting works translated and published?
Join Samantha Schnee (Words Without Borders), Ghassan Fergiani (Darf Publishers) and Nancy Roberts (Translator) for a webinar to discuss the merits and opportunities for translation around literary prizes, focusing in particular on the interchange between Arabic and other languages, and on the issue of translation funding, chaired by award-winning translator Daniel Hahn.
The panel is hosted in partnership with the Sheikh Zayed Book Award Translation Fund.
The Bookseller webinar with CPI Books, What is the future for the UK’s small presses?
Philip Jones, editor of The Bookseller chairs a panel discussing the future of small presses in the UK, featuring: Sarah Crown director of literature, Arts Council England Cherise Lopes Baker, Commissioning Fiction Editor Jacaranda Books, Kevin Duffy, founder, Bluemoose Books, Lindsey Mooney, Hera Books
JobsInBooks webinar, Designing Your Work Life Balance with Bill Burnett
Designing Your Work Life builds on Bill and Dave's ‘Life Design’ program at Stanford University (the uni’s most popular and highly endorsed course) which has now been running for 15 years ago (and has been validated by two academic studies). In this webinar Bill and Dave will show you how to apply the same ‘design thinking’ principles used by silicon valley start-ups to design new tech, products, and spaces to help you make better decisions and navigate career opportunities within the publishing industry.
Webinar: The Global Influence of the Arabian Nights
Spanning centuries and continents, The Arabian Nights is a monument to world literature and the ageless art of storytelling. The impact and legacy of the Nights is often underestimated, although its influence on modern literature - from Marcel Proust and James Joyce to Vladimir Nabokov and Margaret Atwood - is unmistakable. This discussion, supported by the Sheikh Zayed Book Award, will unpack the legacy of the Nights and explore its place in western literary traditions.
The Impact of Covid on the Educational Publishing sector, with Westchester Education Services
The webinar features an expert panel discussing the ongoing effects of the Covide Pandemic on the educational publishing sector. The panel includes Emma House - Chair; Caroline Wright – Director General – BESA; Lee Newman – Publisher, Education – Collins; Jane Harley – Policy and Partnerships Director – OUP Education UK; Amy Lankester-Owen - Senior Commissioning Editor, Jessica Kingsley Publishing.
Global Recovery: Export Publishing Sales Post Covid, Sponsored by Times Pansing
This webinar will examine the impact that the Covid Pandemic has had on the UK export market and how this might change and recover as the industry begins to emerge.
Featuring Catherine Stokes, Head of UK and Export Sales & Marketing, Nosy Crow; Jonathan Atkins, International Director, Pan Macmillan; Neil Semple, Creative Content Lead at the UK Government’s department for International Trade; David Buckland, General Manager, Pansing; Chaired by Emma House.
A Virtual Panel: What's Working, What's Not and What's Next
Our second virtual panel from Marketing + Publicity LIVE's conversation series sees The Bookseller's Miriam Robinson talk to Maura Wilding, Communications Director of Orion Books, poet and novelist CJ Cooke, Head of Audience Development at Penguin Random House Caroline Maddison, and owner of Linghams Bookshop Sue Porter. The panel covers what to consider when curating online events and festivals, marketing these events and making them stand out, where the money is (or might be) in virtual events, and more from the live Q&A!