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Here is the IPG's archive of older blog posts that have been made in the past.
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​Changes to copyright law have big implications for publishers using artistic works. Bloomsbury’s Kathryn Earle answers key questions... - read more ➥
ObrienPress
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Our latest Q&A with IPG members is with Ireland's wide-ranging adult and children's publisher The O'Brien Press - read more ➥
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Meet typesetter, designer and ebook creator Hewer Text in the latest of our Q&As with IPG supplier members - read more ➥
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Ribbonfish’s Matt Goolding shares his views on opportunities and challenges for independent publishers - read more ➥
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How can publishers and interns get the most out of their relationships? Cat Hall, an intern on Holland House’s Novella Project, looks back on... - read more ➥
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​Society of Authors chief executive Nicola Solomon explains why publishers should give due credit to all book creators - read more ➥
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Wide-ranging non-fiction publisher Summersdale is the latest IPG member to take our Q&A - read more ➥
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Sales and distribution provider Star introduces its services - read more ➥
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Back office software provider Scott Moore is the latest IPG supplier member under our spotlight - read more ➥
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An introduction to children's publisher The Salariya Book Company - read more ➥
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​Charlotte Butler and Allison Herring from Kingston University’s MA Publishing course helped staff the IPG’s reception desk at this... - read more ➥
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Some thoughts on the value of book fairs ahead of London's annual gathering next week - read more ➥
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Wide-ranging publisher Austin Macauley introduces itself - read more ➥
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Publishing management service provider BooksoniX is the latest IPG supplier member under our spotlight - read more ➥
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Nosy Crow's Tom Bonnick reflects on his trip to Digital Book World under the event's Fellowship Programme - read more ➥
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Bloomsbury Professional's managing director Martin Casimir on his working life - read more ➥
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Computer science and IT specialist O'Reilly is the latest member in our Q&A series - read more ➥
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Alison Jones introduces her coaching, consulting, training and publishing services business - read more ➥
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Class Publishing Dick Warner talks us through his working life and background - read more ➥
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Outsourcing specialist Cambridge Publishing Management is the latest supplier member to take our Q&A - read more ➥
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The IPG's new Chair Caroline de la Bedoyere introduces herself and sets out some ambitions for the next year - read more ➥
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IPG members give their snap reactions to the Chancellor's Budget - read more ➥
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Meet fiction, young adult and erotica publisher Accent Press in our latest Q&A with IPG members - read more ➥
Stison
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Publishing management solutions provider Stison is the latest in our Q&A series with IPG supplier members - read more ➥
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The IPG had a jam-packed three days at The London Book Fair at Olympia in mid-March. Here are some of our views from our lively collective stand - read more ➥
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What does the Budget mean for independent publishers? IPG members share their thoughts - read more ➥