It’s All About That Audience – 3 Ways To Boost Your Book Events

Every element of the publishing process is wired to sell more books but sometimes book events don’t deliver sales in the way we’d expect them to. With this in mind, I propose a renewed approach to how we put on book events that will work to remedy this. I’ll start by telling you a personal … Continue reading It’s All About That Audience – 3 Ways To Boost Your Book Events

Event: Faber New Poets 2015-2016 read together for first time at Faber Social

Last month, Faber & Faber with Arts Council England announced the recipients of the Faber New Poets scheme 2015–16, with awards going to Crispin Best, Elaine Beckett, Sam Buchan-Watts & Rachel Curzon, as well as a further eight highly commended poets. Open to those who have yet to publish a first collection or pamphlet, the Faber … Continue reading Event: Faber New Poets 2015-2016 read together for first time at Faber Social

From Big Ideas To Diversity: How To Plan A Successful Literary Festival – LBF 2015

Bidisha talks to Suzi Feay at LBF 2015

Attending London Book Fair as a freelancer for the first time, rather than as a publisher, meant that for me this year was all about authors & events. Neighbouring the fair's official bookseller, Foyles, English PEN's PEN Literary Salon offered an expertly curated programme of events over the 3 days including interviews with Ali Smith, Valeria … Continue reading From Big Ideas To Diversity: How To Plan A Successful Literary Festival – LBF 2015