London Book Fair Seminar
10th April 2018, 10-11am, The Faculty
Is the publishing industry doing enough to become more inclusive? What do you want to see publishers do to make the industry more accessible? What changes does the industry need to make to be truly diverse?
We’re inviting current publishing students from all over the world to think of new ways of considering diversity in the publishing industry. We want to hear about innovative and implementable approaches to advance inclusion and accessibility across the whole breadth of the industry, from writers and agents, to editors, and designers. Students will be asked to present their ideas in a 3 minute ‘pitch’ to a panel of leading experts working in the industry.
APE will be attending the 2018 London Book Fair from 10-12 April. Come and visit us on our stand 7A24.
Awards for the APE Dissertation & Project Prizes 2017 were presented at London Book Fair, by Stephen Lotinga, CEO of The Publishers Association.
The judges felt there were many high quality submissions. Many thanks for their generosity with their time. And a thanks again to our sponsors for their generous prizes.
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2017 card-leaflet APE design (2)
The Association for Publishing Education brings together HE institutions that offer Publishing studies, and bodies and individuals that work with those institutions.
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We are very happy to share the news about the winners announced at the London Book Fair International Excellence Awards.
BA Dissertations Prize 2016
Fiona Parker, Loughborough University (BA Publishing with English)
Cross-platform Study on the Social Media Marketing Activity of the UK’s Top Trade Publishers
MA Dissertations Prize 2016
Veronica Morgan, University College London
Towards an Understanding of Contemporary Male Reading
MA Projects Prize 2016 and Overall Winner
Amy Ellis, Oxford Brookes University
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