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22 July 2020

Publishing is an ‘export powerhouse’

Caroline Dinenage MP, Minister of State for Digital and Culture, writes about the importance of the UK’s publishing industry. At the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, we are incredibly proud of the UK’s publishing industry. It is fantastic to see that 2019 was its biggest year ever – with the industry growing by…

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22 July 2020

2019: A record-breaking year for publishing

Stephen Lotinga, CEO of the Publishers Association, reflects on 2019 and publishing’s response to the challenges that 2020 has brought. It’s a real pleasure to be able to share such a positive report on the state of publishing. Over the past year, the industry has not only shown itself to be resilient but to have…

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02 July 2020

Summer Stories

The Publishers Association is delighted to present its 2020 summer audio reading list for parliamentarians. All of the audiobooks included in this list have been nominated by our members to represent some of the most exciting titles launched this summer.

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21 May 2020

An interview with our President, Annie Callanan

What inspired you to pursue a career in information technology and how have you ended up in publishing? My career started on Wall Street at an M&A firm that became not only a pioneer in the development of database technologies but a leading data publisher with an expanding focus on the strategic application of technology…

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15 May 2020

Peter Phillips on his year as President

Peter Phillips looks back on his year as President of the Publishers Association: It’s hard to believe that almost a year has passed since my appointment, but when I look back over that time, I am impressed by the scale of our achievements. When I spoke at the 2019 Annual General Meeting, I stressed the…

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02 October 2019

Submissions for the 2019 Parliamentary Book Awards are now open

Submissions for the 2019 Parliamentary Book Awards are now closed. Publishers are invited to nominate books and authors for this year’s awards under the following categories: Best Memoir or Biography by a Parliamentarian Best Non-Biographical Book by a Parliamentarian Best Political Book by a non-Parliamentarian Booksellers will then be invited to select a shortlist in…

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31 July 2019

Visiting Shanghai Children’s Book Fair: An unquestionable success

Claire Culliford was interested in going to China, but as an author, it didn’t make sense for her to exhibit. She contacted our international book fairs manager Gloria Bailey and, with Gloria’s help, was able to travel to Shanghai Children’s Book Fair. Gloria helped her secure funding for travel from the Department of International Trade’s Export…

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31 July 2019

Quality Control

Dan Conway is Director of External Affairs at the Publishers Association. Today, the Publishers Association is marking the publication of Quality Control: Reading, publishing and the modern attention economy, a report by cross-party think-tank Demos. We supported Demos in its work looking at how the digital reading and content environments impact readers of the future.…

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28 May 2019

Interview with the Society of Young Publishers

Founded in 1949, the Society of Young Publishers is a volunteer-run organisation that supports junior and aspiring publishing professionals across the UK and Ireland. We caught up with them for a quick chat. Let’s start with an easy one – what exactly is the Society of Young Publishers? The SYP is a volunteer-run organisation that…

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