August's blog is written by Dylan Calder, Director of Pop Up Projects. He explains what Pop Up is working to achieve.
June is the month in which the Society of Authors proudly gives £70,000 to 24 writers. Moniza Alvi, a freelance writer and tutor, is one of the judges of this year's Eric Gregory Awards and in 2002 was the winner of a Cholmondeley Award. In this month's blog she writes about judging and being judged.
This month's blog is written by Kirsten Grant, Director of World Book Day, which this year took place on Thursday 7 March. In the immediate aftermath, she shares her thoughts with us.
Five things I have learnt about working on World Book Day
1. Creativity Rules
In celebration of the Imison, Tinniswood and BBC Audio Drama Awards, which are being presented on 27th January 2013, we asked Alison Joseph, broadcaster, judge of the Imison Award and current member of the Society of Authors Broadcasters Group, to write January's blog.
Our December blog is written by Nicola Solomon, Chief Executive of The Society of Authors.
This month's blog has been written by Jonathan Ruppin, Web Editor for Foyles Bookshops.
The book trade has been immune to none of the concerns about the future of the high street for retailers; the parallel growth of digital has left many presuming that independent booksellers are a dying breed. But it hasn't worked out quite that way: chains have struggled just as much and for every casualty in the independent sector, there is an account of a bookshop flourishing.
Pete Osborne is the RNIB's Head of International Partnerships and Development and also chairs the Right to Read Alliance, which has established successful partnerships and collaborations within the book industry, central government and many libraries. Pete is an avid reader and a passionate advocate of making more books, magazines and newspapers accessible to those who can't read standard print.