Bloomsbury’s Liza Thompson on Philosophy’s Audiences: ‘Very Different Animals’
August 25, 2016
'Readers want to feel like they're collaborating in some way,' according to editor Liza Thompson, who was drawn to publishing by 'the process of creating something powerful or beautiful or fascinating.'
‘A True Value Defends Itself’: Poland’s Jadwiga Jędryas
August 24, 2016
Determinedly offbeat, the Polish children's publisher Dwie Siostry—created by three, not two, associates—embodies both the spirit of its market's potential and the struggle of its economy's realities.
‘Credit the Artist’: Rising Star Sarah McIntyre
August 23, 2016
Illustrator, author, and campaigner Sarah McIntyre has proved a powerful voice for the past 18 months in the campaign to bring more visibility and credit to book illustrators.