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Emma Barnes taught herself to code after founding her own independent publisher, Snowbooks. She went on to build Bibliocloud, the next-generation publishing system. Now she’s on a mission to promote tech skills within the publishing industry and beyond.

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Flat Design

Suzanne Kavanagh is a strategic market specialist and programme curator working with BookMachine Works and the BookMachine community. She worked with Sophie O’Rourke, our Editorial Board member to curate the BookMachine Unplugged: Talking Design event.

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Voice-First Future

A version of this blog post first appeared on the Digital Book World site. Bradley Metrock produced the iBooks Author Conference from 2015 through 2017, before Score Publishing acquired Digital Book World, and has authored many articles on the state of the publishing industry and recent trends.

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Your proof

proof /pru:f/
noun
• a trial impression of a page, used for making corrections before final printing.

verb
• make a proof of (a printed work, engraving, etc.).
• proofread (a text).

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Publishing job

Senior Publicity Manager [JOB POSTING]

Trigger publishing is a young independent and ambitious publisher, wholly dedicated to mental health welfare. We publish accessible self-help books in our Pullingthetrigger range, as well as remarkable stories of recovery from mental illness in our Inspirational series. Our forward program is growing rapidly, as is our profile in the global mental health community.

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Comics

This is a guest post by Robin Etherington. The Etherington Brothers will be part of the Scottish Friendly Children’s Book Tour Jamboree on Wednesday 6th June, which is part of the 20th anniversary celebrations of the tour. The event will be live-streamed on the Scottish Book Trust’s YouTube channel and 2000 pupils from Scotland will be in attendance. They also completed the most successful comic fundraiser ever in the UK. 

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Fionnuala Barrett is Senior Audio Editor at HarperCollins, where she creates audiobooks for authors as diverse as Gail Honeyman, Stuart MacBride, Dawn O’Porter, Joanna Cannon and George R.R. Martin.  She is also the chair of the working party for the 2018 LoveAudio campaign for the Publishers Association.  LoveAudio 2018 will run from 11 to 17 June.

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Publishers Love Audio

From Monday 11th June until Sunday 17th June, publishers across the UK shared their love for audiobooks during a week-long campaign titled Love Audio; an initiative of the Publishers Association. Whilst audio publishing continues to make headlines, the following publishers have been committed to audio for some time. Each publisher approached the #LoveAudio social media campaign differently but all with the same central aim – to spread awareness around this growing and engaging format.

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Academic Publishing

Francesca Zunino Harper is a linguist, translator, and publishing professional. She worked in the British and international academia researching on comparative literatures,  translation, and women’s and environmental humanities for several years. She now works in the Humanities and Social Sciences area of publishing. You can follow her @ZuninoFrancesca.

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Feminist Book Fortnight

Jane Anger is a bookseller at Five Leaves Bookshop in Nottingham, which was awarded the title of Independent Bookshop of the Year at this year’s British Book Awards. Jane is also the co-ordinator of Feminist Book Fortnight, which runs from 16 to 30 June 2018.

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Kate Burke

Kate Burke is the fiction literary agent at Northbank Talent Management, having joined in 2013, and represents a variety of bestselling and prize-winning authors. Before that, she was a fiction editor for ten years, working at Penguin, HarperCollins and Random House. 

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Antipiracy Strategy

Devon Weston has been with Digimarc Guardian since June 2012, managing customer relations and operations for the company’s enterprise SaaS solutions within the online content-protection space.

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Flat Design

Suzanne Kavanagh is a strategic market specialist and programme curator working with BookMachine Works and the BookMachine community. She presented on this research at the 8th annual ‘Book Arsenal’ Festival in Kyiv, Ukraine, 30th May to 3rd June 2018. Thanks go to the report authors dosdoce.com and sponsors CEDRO as well as the EUNIC project and the British Council who support the Festival.

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