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In a Guardian article, out last week, Kayleigh Garthwaite reveals that sanctions and delays in payments are a major cause of hunger, as she discovered during research for her new book: Hunger Pains: Life inside foodbank Britain. Keep reading
In today’s guest blog post Eileen and Marianne tell us in their experience why you must never give up in your hunt for the perfect publisher, you should get a contract in place BEFORE you start writing and how important it is to nail the proposal writing part of the process…. Keep reading
In today’s guest blog post, author and academic Andrew Sayer warns against seeing tax havens as anomalies and asks us to look beyond the current focus on naming and shaming the users of Mossack Foneseca’s services… Keep reading
In light of the media surprise at George Osborne’s 2016 botched Budget and Ian Duncan Smith’s sudden bout of conscience we thought we’d treat you to some tasty extracts from Mary O’Hara’s book Austerity Bites. Keep reading
This week the first UK conference on the state and future of university presses has taken place, hosted at Liverpool University. Anthony Cond, Director of Liverpool University Press , shares his thoughts on the revival of the university press. Keep reading
Author Stewart Lansley, whose book A sharing economy – How social wealth funds can reduce inequality and help balance the books publishes today, believes that there is another, fairer, way to run the economy… Keep reading
In a series of posts charting this critical leg of the publishing journey Caroline explains how it feels to reach the submission milestone and reveals just how three authors work together on one book… Keep reading
One of the founding principles of Policy Press is about publishing books that make a difference and have impact on our wider society, so we were delighted to discover that author Clem Henricson recently visited the House of Lords to present the findings of her latest book Morality and public policy. Keep reading
With Policy Press already celebrating 20 years of publishing with a purpose, we were thrilled first to be short listed for the Frankfurt Book Fair Independent Academic and Professional Publisher of the Year award and then to be announced last week as winners of the award.
Director Alison Shaw shares her thoughts and feelings on what winning this award means to her… Keep reading
Mother’s Day is one of those beautiful first signs of spring and the one day in the year when the focus is supposed to be on mum. Keep reading
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