How to Get Ahead in Publishing

How to Get Ahead in Publishing

11 Apr 2018, 17:15 - 18:15

Olympia Room Grand Hall

Once inside the publishing industry, there are several routes you can take to work your way up the ladder. How to Get Ahead in Publishing is aimed at those already in a publishing role who are hoping to move up into the next stage of their careers and find that second or third job. The panel of industry professionals will discuss the different aspects of the industry, and how you can find the best role for you. We will hear from young publishers who have managed to establish successful careers and begin garnering industry recognition, and the panel will provide tips on what you can do to ensure you stand out from the crowd and continue rising up the ranks towards your perfect role.


  • Ed Wood


    Editorial Director

    Sphere Fiction and Film, TV

      Ed Wood is Editorial Director at Sphere Fiction and Film, TV and IP Development Manager for Little, Brown Book Group. His authors include...

  • Alice Curry



    Lantana Publishing

      Alice Curry is the Founder of Lantana Publishing, a London-based independent publishing company shortlisted for the Bologna Prize for Best...

  • Anna Valentine


    Founder and Publisher


      Anna Valentine is the founder and Publisher of Trapeze, a commercial fiction and non-fiction imprint at The Orion Publishing Group.   Prior to...

  • Juliet Mushens


    Co- Director

    Caskie Mushens Ltd

      Juliet Mushens is co-director of Caskie Mushens Ltd, a Soho-based literary agency which she founded in 2017 with Robert Caskie. Juliet started her...

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