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Archive for May, 2012

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The Appside presents: Publishing apps – what’s the story?

“Publishing apps: what’s the story?” features a showcase of some of the hottest as yet unreleased publishing apps alongside presentations, more »

Self-taught animator wins Douglas Adams competition

Winner of our Douglas Adams Competition announced!

Meet the Douglas Adams animation competitors!

Meet the talented animators who entered our Douglas Adams Animation Competition

Ying Horowitz & Quinn

Neil Ayres catches up with Russell Quinn …

Publit – reaching the reader

Scandinavian talent coming our way…

Magic Town: It's a Wonderful World

Magic Town – the new kid on the block….

Harlequin to reach Teen Readers via SupersonicAds

Harlequin UK, publisher of Mills & Boon, has chosen SupersonicAds’ BrandConnect to help generate awareness of its new YA imprint more »

SCAMP2012: Where Inspiration and Actions Collide

On 14 June the UK’s brightest digital and creative minds will share what inspires them at SCAMP2012, a conference at more »

Salon London at Digital Shoreditch

Enough about me, am I a narcissist?

The Role of the Author Website

What is the role of the author website…

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Publishers at Risk of Becoming Culturally Irrelavant

The publishing industry’s poor commitment to diversity, lack of senior Black Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) professionals and over-reliance on unpaid internships is putting it at risk of becoming culturally irrelevant, claims a new study launched today.

TLP helps kick off London Book Fair’s virtual conference

The London Book Fair launches its first social media conference this year to focus on trends in global publishing, ahead more »

The Literary Platform one of UK’s fastest growing women-led businesses

The Literary Platform is delighted to announce that it features in the Fortuna 50 Index of the UK’s fastest growing more »