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  • How to Edit Your Novel the Professional Way

    Thursday09:45 - 10:3014 Mar 2019
    Author HQ

    In this seminar, Helen Bryant director of Cornerstones will show you how to develop key self-editing techniques to prepare for the trade. You will learn: how to...

    • Language: English

  • The Children's Media Conference: Knowing your Consumer – Does the Future Look Bright?

    Thursday10:00 - 11:0014 Mar 2019
    Children's Hub

    What, where and how will your consumer be buying in the future?  Hear what the leading research companies think, find out how they come to these conclusions and...

    • Language: English

  • BIC’s Building a Better Business Seminar

    Thursday10:00 - 12:3014 Mar 2019
    Club Room, National Hall Gallery

    10.00 – 10.05 Welcome – Karina Urquhart, Executive Director, BIC   10.05 – 10.25 Inclusivity, Diversity & Metadata   Speakers: Chris Saynor, Standards Editor, E...

    • Language: English

  • Freedom of Movement & Artistic Expression: Writers Abroad

    Thursday10:00 - 11:0014 Mar 2019
    Literary Translation Centre

    Coming Soon   The Literary Translation seminar programme is produced with the help of funding from Arts Council England and Amazon Crossing Sponsorship

    • Language: English

  • Breaking the Mould in Scholarly Publishing: Moving Beyond Books and Journals

    Thursday10:00 - 11:0014 Mar 2019
    The Faculty

    For many years, commercial constraints and the established model of scholarly publishing have prevented publication of a huge variety of work that could not be ...

    • Language: English

  • Stories Drawn from Life: How the Graphic Novel is Revolutionising Non-Fiction

    Thursday10:00 - 11:0014 Mar 2019
    High Street Theatre

    The graphic novel has long been recognised as an excellent medium for telling real-life stories. In recent years, a slew of graphic memoirs have drawn on the tr...

    • Language: English

  • Crossing Boundaries

    Thursday10:00 - 11:0014 Mar 2019
    The Cross-Cultural Hub

    Indonesia’s new wave of women writers has produced a number of bestselling books, with more prominent women writers in the country than ever before, who are una...

    • Language: English

  • Educating the International Citizens of the Future – How English Teaching is Evolving to Impart More Than Just the Language

    Thursday10:00 - 11:0014 Mar 2019
    The Buzz Theatre

    How can we prepare students of English to become successful international citizens who can stake their claim in a globalised world? We would like to share the u...

    • Language: English

  • An Introduction to Kindle Direct Publishing: Tools and Best Practice. Tips and advice from successful KDP authors

    Thursday10:45 - 11:3014 Mar 2019
    Author HQ

    Coming Soon

    • Language: English

  • New Daughters of Africa: Margaret Busby and Ellah Wakatama Allfrey in Conversation

    Thursday11:00 - 11:3014 Mar 2019
    English PEN Literary Salon

    New Daughters of Africa: Margaret Busby and Ellah Wakatama Allfrey in Conversation 

    • Language: English

  • Poetry from the Maltese Islands: Award-Winning Poet Antoine Cassar Reads Maltese Poetry

    Thursday11:30 - 12:3014 Mar 2019
    Poet's Corner

    Antoine Cassar is a Maltese poet and translator. Erbgħin Jum (’40 Days’), a book-long poem about child-hood trauma and walking as self-therapy was awarded the 2...

    • Language: English

  • Authors Are Our Business: The Collaborative Relationship Between Editor and Author

    Thursday11:30 - 12:3014 Mar 2019
    High Street Theatre

    Without authors, editors would be out of business, but with the rise in independent publishing many authors will question the cost-benefit of working with one. ...

    • Language: English

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