“We’re All Mad Here”
Project Updates / Storytelling

“We’re All Mad Here”

This year marks the 150th birthday of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Publishers Inc 2015 are celebrating by taking readers on a journey down the rabbit hole. Enter Alice’s magical world as part of the Storytelling section in this year’s edition of the digital app. Researched, written and designed by MSc Publishing students, the article … Continue reading

Project Updates

A Travel Teaser

Looking for travel inspiration for that upcoming holiday? Fancy somewhere ‘off the beaten track’ and literary inspired? Well look no further than the 2015 Publishers Inc edition. This year our team highlights 3 travel destinations, solely inspired by authors and their stories. For Whom the Bell Tolls, The Old Man and the Sea, and A … Continue reading

Industry News / Project Updates

Marketing Masterclass for SME publishers… in an app near you this summer

Publisher-agnostic marketing is the way to go if publishers want to put readers first. That is the view of Sam Missingham, Head of Audience Development at Harper Collins UK. Sam certainly lit up the audience at this year’s Publishing Scotland book trade conference with her demonstration of how much fun collaboration can be while still hitting … Continue reading

Events / Industry News / Miscellaneous / Project Updates

#publishingroom101

In the run-up to World Book Day 2015, Publishers Inc want to know what drives you up the proverbial publishing wall! We want authors, agents, publishers, comic writers, readers, illustrators, pre-press heroes, printers and distributors… not to mention everyone in between. Tell us your woes on twitter using the hashtag #publishingroom101 and @PubInc2015. Continue reading

Events / Project Updates

It’s submission day!

After an intense thirteen weeks, our deadline is upon us: today we will submit Publishers Inc 2014 for assessment! Our project days each Thursday have been challenging and yet also thoroughly rewarding: it’s fair to say none of us would have survived without epic levels of collaboration and camaraderie, caffeine-fuelled coffee breaks and the cool, calm and collected … Continue reading