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Catch Up on Issue 16!

Published on 15.02.2021

Issue 16 includes: A look into 'Bookish Subscription Boxes', our team looks at the 'Book Cover Trends of 2021', and we round up the 'Publishing Events to get Signed Up for this March' we are excited to get stuck into!

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 ways to 'Upskill for the Production Department'.

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Exciting Events to Boost Your Publishing Career

This one-day conference for Black and Asian writers will include writing workshops to get your creative juices flowing, guidance for first time writers on the writing process from draft to publication,
Meet writers from the Grow Your Story development programme, a programme run by Hachette and aimed at unpublished and unagented writers from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds.
It is World Book Day month and there are a whole host of fun events organised to help nurture a love of reading in children throughout the country. World Book Day have three events running between 3-5 March, including “Books that Make You Lol”.
In this informative event, Annabelle Williams, author of Why Women Are Poorer Than Men, will explore how financial inequalities are gendered and empower with the knowledge to solve these inequalities in your own spaces.

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