Sam Hancock is the Senior Product Manager at Audible, based in New York. He is an entrepreneurial PM with a passion for creating and enhancing delightful consumer products. Prior to […]
We spoke to author Nicci French – a crime/thriller writing team formed of husband and wife Nicci Gerrard and Sean French, and their editor at Michael Joseph, Joel Richardson, to […]
Ben Dunn has been publishing non-fiction for over 20 years at HarperCollins, Penguin Random House and Hachette. He now runs the non-fiction list at Bonnier Publishing UK.
Louise Moore is Managing Director and Publisher of Michael Joseph, an imprint of Penguin Random House UK, that publishes highly commercial fiction and non-fiction. In addition to working with Marian […]
In five years of running whitefox, here are some of the key things we’ve concluded that seem to matter most to both publishers and freelancers.
Tom Chalmers is an entrepreneur and the Managing Director of Legend Times, a group of five publishing companies he founded. Aged just 25, Tom founded his first company – Legend […]
We spoke to Rowland White, bestselling author and Publishing Director at Michael Joseph, an imprint of Penguin Random House. He talked to us about the omnipresent Ladybird humour books, dogs in publishing and the shift away from aspirational reading lists.
It used to be so simple. Months before publication, in retail chain head offices up and down the land, publishers and booksellers between them would decide on the range of books that constituted the Christmas bestsellers. Some negotiating, horse trading and promotional spend later, from early October through to 24th December, the books you would see front of store tended to be a permanent fixture. Whether they were selling particularly well or not.