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Chelsea Green and sustainability

The IPG Podcast

Release Date: 01/23/2020

Jacaranda at 10 show art Jacaranda at 10

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This episode of the IPG Podcast celebrates the 10th anniversary of IPG member Jacaranda Books. Founder and CEO Valerie Brandes tells us its story and achievements so far, including its groundbreaking work to diversify British publishing. 

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Creative Access and diversity in publishing show art Creative Access and diversity in publishing

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This episode of the IPG Podcast discusses diversity and inclusion in publishing with Josie Dobrin, chief executive of Creative Access. She explains what Creative Access does to encourage more people from under-represented backgrounds into the creative industries, and how publishers can get involved.

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The Mo Siewcharran Fund show art The Mo Siewcharran Fund

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This episode of the IPG Podcast welcomes John Seaton, former publisher and partner of Mo Siewcharran, who was known to many in publishing before her death in 2017. John tells us about the Fund that he established in Mo's memory to help smaller publishers provide internships to people from under-represented backgrounds, and explains how it is helping publishing become a more diverse industry. 

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Authors on publishers show art Authors on publishers

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This episode of the IPG Podcast welcomes Nicola Solomon, chief executive of the Society of Authors. Nicola discusses some of the issues facing authors at the moment, tells us what the Society is doing on its members’ behalf, and suggests some ways for publishers to serve them even better.

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Priscilla Hannaford and the Independent Publishing Awards show art Priscilla Hannaford and the Independent Publishing Awards

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Brilliant Publications co-founder Priscilla Hannaford joins the IPG Podcast to tell us what it meant to win the title of Westchester Education Services Education Publisher of the Year at the 2021 Independent Publishing Awards. She also discusses Brilliant's response to COVID and the unique strengths of independent publishers.

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The 2022 London Book Fair show art The 2022 London Book Fair

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After three years away, the London Book Fair returns from 5 to 7 April 2022. In this episode of the IPG Podcast we're joined by LBF director Andy Ventris to talk about various aspects of the event, how to make the most of it, and why book fairs are still so valuable in the age of digital communications.

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Shanon Rademacher and the Independent Publishing Awards show art Shanon Rademacher and the Independent Publishing Awards

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Our guest on this episode of the IPG Podcast is Shanon Rademacher, senior digital editor at Class Professional Publishing and The Bookseller Young Independent Publisher of the Year in 2021. Shanon talks to us about her career so far, shares good advice for other aspiring publishers and explains why all rising stars should enter the 2022 Independent Publishing Awards.

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Edelweiss and connecting with bookshops show art Edelweiss and connecting with bookshops

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This episode of the IPG Podcast welcomes Joanie Borders of Edelweiss, the platform that helps publishers present title information and digital copies to booksellers, reviewers and others. Joanie tells us how the platform works and gives us her take on some of the opportunities and challenges facing UK bookshops at the moment.

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Partnerships in publishing show art Partnerships in publishing

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In this episode of the IPG Podcast we're joined by David Parker of new US-based academic publisher Lived Places Publishing. David tells us how he's building the business in collaboration with Newgen Publishing in the UK and how to make partnerships like this work. He's also talking about some of the big issues in academic publishing at the moment, especially around library delivery and access.

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Working in Publishing: Gemma Davis, sales director show art Working in Publishing: Gemma Davis, sales director

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This episode of the IPG Podcast hears all about working life in publishing sales from Atlantic Books' acting sales director Gemma Davis. She tells us how she got started in the industry and what her job entails, and offers some top tips for anyone hoping to work in her area of publishing.

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