The next entry into our staff diary series on working in publishing in the time of coronavirus features Marketing and Publicity Director Jo Case, talking about staying sane in a world that is very much … not sane.
The next entry into our staff diary series on working in publishing in the time of coronavirus features Wakefield Press editor Julia Beaven, talking about being at home while the world changes around her.
Today we welcome Wakefield Press designer Liz Nicholson to the blog, to discuss her work, her designs, and being at home.
Michael Deves, Wakefield Press typesetter and production all-rounder, talks today about his uplifting personal favourite books, just right for the prescribed hunkering down.
Today’s entry comes from Poppy Nwosu, marketing and publicity coordinator at Wakefield Press, and author of young adult fiction. Her latest book, Taking Down Evelyn Tait, will be published by Wakefield Press on 01 April 2020.
Today’s entry comes from Maddy Sexton, Events Manager. Maddy discusses the importance of staying connected, as well as taking time for yourself when things are all a bit not-quite-right.
Today’s entry comes from Margot Lloyd, our wonderful head of Young Adult publishing. Read on for some very exclusive sneak peeks at some of the great YA books Wakefield Press will be releasing in the coming weeks and months.