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  • Lockdown diaries: the education entrepreneur

    By Jenny Baldwin

    美女自卫慰黄网站Founder at SHAPES

    I was in the Soho Theatre last May, watching comedian Rob Auton perform ‘The Talk Show’. He told a great joke. It’s hard working from... Read more

  • What the Clarke Award data tells us about diversity

    By Stewart Hotston

    美女自卫慰黄网站Author at Rebellion Publishing

    This article has some relatively good news and then some particularly bad news. First the good news. Of 121 submissions to the Clarke Award in... Read more

  • Beyond black books, we need human books

    By Isabelle Dupuy

    美女自卫慰黄网站Author at Jacaranda Books

    Last week I had the honour of being a panelist on a webinar about publishing values in 2020. I listened to the various publishers, both big... Read more

  • This may not destroy you

    By Philip Jones

    美女自卫慰黄网站Editor at The Bookseller

    In Michaela Coel’s excellent BBC TV series “I May Destroy You”, her character Arabella’s journey concludes in a bookshop with the launch of her self-published... Read more

  • Libraries could be leaders once again

    By Tim Coates

    Campaigner and advisor at Libraries

    As they try to re-open, public libraries have two big problems and three large advantages. The first problem, obviously, is that they have to be... Read more

  • Freedom of expression is complex, challenging - and crucial

    By Daniel Gorman

    Director at English PEN

    It feels as if we’re at a critical moment regarding discussion of free expression in the UK and the US. #cancelculture has been trending on... Read more

  • Why the survival of bookshops must matter to us all

    By Meryl Halls

    Managing director at Booksellers Association

    Bookshops have been a bellwether measure during this crisis.  The media hunger for information on the recovery of bookshops has been insatiable, and the outpouring... Read more

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

    By Marianne Tatepo

    Commissioning editor at Ebury

    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

  • On the come up

    By Philip Jones

    Editor at The Bookseller

    Last week The Stage magazine reported that UK theatre stood on a precipice, without government help or a reopening plan; on the BBC’s “Front Row”, the conductor... Read more

  • Kidfluencers hold more power than ever

    By Georgia Henry

    Campaign executive at Rocket

    In the current climate, with schools still partially closed and the majority of all social activity happening through a screen of some description, it is no... Read more

  • What we've learnt about lockdown reading

    By Jacob Cockcroft

    美女自卫慰黄网站Co-founder at The Pigeonhole

    The past few months have restricted physical access to bookshops, interrupted supply chains and created a raft of logistical complexities for the publishing industry. Even... Read more

  • Lockdown diaries: the festival programmer

    By Lyndsey Fineran

    美女自卫慰黄网站Programme and commissions manager at Cheltenham Literature Festival

    This spring/summer was meant to look very different (a statement that could be applied to literally any person on the planet, I know, but bear... Read more

  • Rethinking on (not) publishing class

    By Nicola Wilson

    美女自卫慰黄网站Associate Professor of Book and Publishing Studies at University of Reading

    In Bluemoose Books' first online deli a couple of weeks ago, writer Heidi James revealed some uncomfortable truths. She’d been told early on by a... Read more

  • The book industry needs to take responsibility for transforming itself

    By Joy Francis

    美女自卫慰黄网站Executive Director/Founder at Words of Colour

    It would have been hard to have missed last week’s digital launch of Rethinking ‘Diversity’ in Publishing. The report - the first of its kind... Read more

  • Lockdown diaries: the publishing entrepreneur

    By Bec Evans

    美女自卫慰黄网站Co-founder at Prolifiko

    Boilers are the masters of timing – they know the exact moment to inflict maximum disruption. Mine decided to call time on Monday 23 March... Read more

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