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PA Blog 2017

  • Megaphone writers at LBF 2017 Guest Blog: Avantika Taneja of MegaphoneWriter Avantika Taneja reflects on her experience of the writer development scheme, Megaphone. 20 September 2017 11:33am
  • Emma House.jpg What's so Special about Special Sales?Over the past years we've seen much talk in the trade press about special sales, so we're taking this opportunity to run through the benefits of... 13 September 2017 10:36am
  • Twitter profile picture PA 2017-01.png PA InternshipThe Publishers Association is looking for an intern to support the Publishers Relations team in September and October. 04 August 2017 12:00am
  • Spare Room Project Sian Devine (square).jpeg Spare Room Project: Sian DevineBorn and raised in the city of Manchester – I am fortunate in so many ways. But unfortunately, a large proportion of publishing opportunities arise... 10 July 2017 12:00am
  • Stephen Lotinga.jpg How the academic book trade can prove its value in an era of marketisationThe release of our annual figures last month showed that the publishing industry really is in great health. 31 May 2017 12:00am
  • Max Porter.jpg Guest blog: Why publishing mattersIt is hard not to feel conflicted about publishing. Feeling conflicted is healthy. In this current global crisis some thoughts of futility are... 23 March 2017 12:00am
  • Brendan.jpg Guest Blog: Academic publishing is my vocationWhat makes someone want to be an academic publisher? Is it possible for academic publishing to be a vocation? 06 March 2017 12:00am
  • Sarah Stanton.jpg Guest blog: Publishing Shakespeare When people ask me what my job is, and I reply that I publish the Shakespeare list at Cambridge University Press, they often look puzzled, 'Don't we... 19 March 2017 12:00am
  • B Denne.jpg Career Spotlight: Taylor & FrancisThe Editorial Director of Humanities, Media & Arts Books, the Books Production Editorial Manager and the Editor of Medieval and Early Modern History... 14 March 2017 12:00am
  • Buchmesse_2014_3423.JPG Guest blog: The future of the academic bookCommercial publishers handle the majority of all published academic books. And while we continue to work like companies, while we are part of the... 23 January 2017 12:00am
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