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Building Inclusivity In Publishing conference: Keynote speakers and programme announced [13 October 2016, London]: The Publishers Association and The London Book Fair’s Building Inclusivity in...
13 Oct 2016
Valisa Iskandar was born in Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia and lives in London where she runs Fixi London. In the past she worked as a copywriter, journalist, philosophy tutor, branding and marketing...
12 Oct 2016
Alastair Horne, 12 Oct 2016
Academic publishers lose copyright court case in India The past month has seen a major setback for publishers in a long-running court case against a photocopying shop based at
Prior to joining Bonnier Publishing in 2014, Nick worked in a variety of roles at Hodder & Stoughton and was an Editor at Hodder Children’s Books.
05 Oct 2016
Roger Tagholm, 29 Sep 2016
So what have we learned this week? That you can kill Margaret Thatcher, but you can’t kill Stephen King. Despite a few protests from some quarters, Hilary Mantel’s short
29 Sep 2016
The fact that most information, knowledge, and entertainment is increasingly coming not from printed books, but from the internet instead. That is to say that the idea of exclusive rights for printed...
28 Sep 2016
Alastair Horne, 28 Sep 2016
Persistent identifiers, or PIDs, may not seem the most rock’n’roll feature of the scientific research process, but the launch of a new two-day open festival,
Following a spellbinding showcase of three emerging screenwriters’ scripts at the BAFTA Rocliffe New Writing Showcase: Children’s Media on Saturday (24 September), Ben Weiner was chosen to attend MIP...
27 Sep 2016
Natalie Hart is a specialist in research and communications in conflict and post-conflict environments. She has a BA Arabic and Spanish from the University of Cambridge and recently completed an MA...
21 Sep 2016
Diamond Kahn & Woods Literary Agency are delighted to announce that Ella Kahn has signed Natalie Hart, winner of the 2016 London Book Fair’s The Write Stuff pitch event,
19 Sep 2016
She is also, the acclaimed novelist of Influence of a King, and From an Orphan to a Queen; Esther. Her poetry collection;Reflections is an approved and recommended text in some secondary schools.
16 Sep 2016
Alastair Horne, 16 Sep 2016
Last November’s Academic Book Week was hailed as a great success, celebrating the ‘diversity, innovation and influence’ of academic books with more than 60 events
Roger Tagholm, 15 Sep 2016
We may be leaving Europe, but our bookshops are going to be represented at one high level international gathering – the unique bookselling ‘G20’ that will take place in China
15 Sep 2016
Jacks Thomas, Director of the London Book Fair, said: "Write on Kew is a welcome addition to the London literary scene, bringing book lovers together against the unrivalled backdrop of Kew Gardens.
14 Sep 2016
The emerging writers will showcase their scripts at the BAFTA Rocliffe Children’s Media Showcase on 24 September One writer will be chosen to attend MIP Junior, supported by The London Book Fair...
07 Sep 2016
Alastair Horne, 07 Sep 2016
A new report on the Chinese journals market leads off a busy month of STM publishing news. The Chinese journals market is now worth approximately 24 billion yuan (£2.7bn),
Roger Tagholm, 18 Aug 2016
Before the Olympics provided a burst of more optimistic news (drug scandals aside), it was the ongoing refugee crisis and heated debate over immigration and national
18 Aug 2016
Joining Nikko Graphic Arts 7 years ago, she became one of the starting members of new publication department which launched 2015. She wants to introduce real Japan to the people outside Japan, so...
17 Aug 2016
Alastair Horne, 17 Aug 2016
The summer transfer season in academic publishing might perhaps lack the glamour of its footballing counterpart – and, in all probability, the enormous salaries
“Building Inclusivity in Publishing” How valuing diversity is essential for a successful publishing industry 15 November 2016, 15 Hatfields, London NEWS FOR RELEASE, LONDON, 4 AUGUST 2016: A...
05 Aug 2016
Alejandro Madrigal is a Mexican-British world-recognised academic and award-winning researcher in the field of stem cell transplantation, who combines his technical expertise and own experiences with...
03 Aug 2016
Roger Tagholm, 21 Jul 2016
So browsers on both sides of the Atlantic aren’t necessarily checking the prices on Amazon when they use their mobiles in bookshops: some of them are looking to see if Pidgey,
21 Jul 2016
Roger Tagholm, 08 Jul 2016
How odd that Swedish chain Pocket Shop should announce its plans to open three ‘Brexit and mortar’ stores in the UK just a few days after the Referendum. The stores are to
08 Jul 2016
Alastair Horne, 05 Jul 2016
Undoubtedly, the most significant news story of the past month has been the referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union. The decision to leave is expected
05 Jul 2016