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Catch Up on Issue 23!

Published on 25.05.2021

Issue 23 includes: A self-care challenge, a chat with Maame Blue, and some wonderful reviews of the Highlights in the Charts!

Whether you are looking for a way to break into the publishing industry or you’re already in the industry looking for a new role, we have articles to help you including ‘Job Opportunities’ and the second part of the 'Upskilling Tips for a Side Hustle'.

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AtHomeWith4Indies and Picador have teamed up to host a virtual evening celebrating AJ Pearce’s heartwarming new book, Yours Cheerfully. The hotly anticipated follow-up to her previous Sunday Times Bestseller, Dear Mrs Bird.
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Let Us Look Elsewhere Book Launch
 
24 June, 7:30–8:30 p.m.
Join Leicester-based independent publisher, Dahlia Books, for a night of informal readings and book chat to celebrate the launch of Mona Dash’s Let Us Look Elsewhere: and Other Stories. A fearless collection of short stories exploring themes such as disconnection, desire, identity and belonging.
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Bradford Literature Festival
25 June – 4 July
Taking place across ten days, the festival contains a mix of COVID-19 safe live and digital events. If you are a lover of children’s fiction, listen to Jacqueline Wilson as she discusses her book, The Runaway Girls.

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