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Author: CJ Montague

CJ Montague reluctantly exited Scotland post English Literature graduation as, being qualified for not much else, only books would have her. After a sojourn as a Ski Bum in Whistler, Canada and 12 months of no reading, her passion for books was suitably reignited; a passion which led her to follow Dick Whittington’s example to the gold paved streets of London.
She currently works for HarperCollins Children’s Books selling great British classics into translation, is a contributor to The Scottish Herald and has founded the features webzine, SiDEBAR(open for submissions). She blogs under YourEnthusiasmIsFrightening.wordpress.com, and is pleased to say her enthusiasm for magicians genuinely is frightening.

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4 questions for Caroline Crofts, UK Rights Manager for HarperCollins [INTERVIEW]

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Mark Buckland of Cargo Publishing on the Edinburgh International Book Festival [INTERVIEW]

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6 questions for Katie Nicholls – Scout at Badcock & Rozycki Literary Agents [INTERVIEW]

Katie NichollsIf you were to job swap for a week; could you do what your colleagues do – and do it well? Could you manage a schools marketing campaign or an author tour? Could you line edit a cook book with consistency, while taking in changes from a live photo shoot?
 
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Katie Nicholls, of Badcock & Rozycki Literary Agents takes us through one of the more opaque sides of publishing: Scouting. Dib dib dib.

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6 questions for Wendy Toole of the SfEP [INTERVIEW]

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5 questions for Sarah Benton of Hot Key Books [INTERVIEW]

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With an ambitious target of 30 – 50 titles to take to market in the second year, Sales and Marketing Manager, Sarah Benton, talks about how it feels to be part of the team leading the charge into the rapidly evolving future of successful Children’s books.

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