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Why Russel Brand calls controversial authorship into question

CW: discusses allegations of sexual assault Comedian Russell Brand’s recent allegations of rape and sexual assault, exposed by a joint investigation with Channel 4, The Times, and The Sunday Times,…

EXCLUSIVE: Claudia Efemini on A Letter Away From Asaba

A Letter from Asaba is History and Politics student Claudia Efemini’s debut novel. We spoke with Claudia about publishing, the history behind the story, and the importance of learning about…

A Look into the Sustainability of the Publishing Industry

By 2025, publishing companies from Condé Nast to Oxford University Press aim to become carbon neutral, utilise 100% certified sustainable paper and reduce landfill waste to zero (OUP, 2022). Houses…

The ‘Trend’ In Publishing Mental Health Books For Children

Much has been said about young people’s unprecedented mental health crisis, particularly over the past two years, and for a good reason. Youngminds.org.uk report that “1 in 6 children aged…

We need to talk about Richard…

Anyone who has spent any amount of time watching day-time television will know by sight the be-spectacled Richard Osman, either sitting behind a desk on Pointless or lobbing shopping trolleys…

Is 2021 publishing’s blank page?

Even clichés bear repeating sometimes: no industry has been left untouched by the effects of COVID-19. Though reading is by nature easily enjoyed in the solitary and socially-distant safety of…

The next chapter for digital publishing

In an age where a digital face is able to hold our attention for longer than a real one, physically selecting your next read from the dusty shelves of a…

The FLIP: Female Leadership in Publishing

The FLIP – Female Leadership in Publishing – is a project established by three women involved in the publishing industry, in marketing, publicity, and editorial roles. Sophie Christopher, Ella Horne,…