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Angels Are Tomorrow’s Vampires – Bologna Children’s Book Fair 2010

This March a group of 12 Oxford Brookes publishing students went to visit the 47th Children’s Book Fair in Bologna. A beautiful book fair, many interesting dialogues and a very pleasant visit to an Italian publishing house were awaiting the students, not to mention the charming city of Bologna, the Italian cuisine and warm temperatures.

Our Senior Lecturer, Beverley Tarquini, provided us with the perfect ‘survival package’, including maps and information about ‘the best pizza place in town’, where we all met on the Wednesday evening and got into the right mood for the book fair.

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Culture Report – Europe reads

Published in March 2010 this new edition of the European Culture Report addresses issues around reading in Europe. For some, the book is an object of great desire; for others, a vehicle for professional success: each and every author has a very personal relationship with a book. Can literature strengthen a sense of European identity? What role does literature play in Europe?

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Bookcareers.com jobs initiative

The merits of social networking sites such as Twitter and LinkedIn in job hunting were among the topics discussed at the Oxford Bookcareers.com  job club held at Oxford Brookes University in March. Guest speaker Claire Russell, HR Advisor at John Wiley & Sons, Oxford, outlined Wiley’s recruitment procedures, and initiated a lively discussion on how to look for a job, how to write the best CV and  interview tips and techniques.

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Announcing the British Book Design and Production Awards 2010

The BPIF, Oxford Brookes University and The Publishers Association are pleased to announce the launch of the British Book Design and Production Awards 2010.

Download the PDF below for the call for entries form.

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Graduation of MA Publishing class

There was a high turn-out at graduation day on Saturday 10 April from the MA Publishing class of 2008/9. In warm Spring sunshine, graduates mingled with their former classmates and chatted to families and course tutors. News was swapped whilst sipping bubbly and tackling the scones and cream. Hats were thrown aloft as the class celebrated together their degrees and the various prizes awarded.

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OXDOX and publishing

OXDOX is an international documentary film festival that started in Oxford in 2002, and takes place at the end of April each year. The venues for the 2010 OXDOX Festival were Europe's oldest museum, the Ashmolean, and Europe's oldest cinema, The Ultimate Picture Palace.

The festivals are archived here

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New brochure for BA Publishing Media

Now available is our new leaflet for the BA Publishing Media programme. It takes into account recent changes in the course, which provide an emphasis on the latest digital developments alongside the business and culture of publishing.

Publishing is one of today’s leading creative industries. This varied and fast-changing subject provides an intellectually exciting combination of academic and professional challenges. At Oxford Brookes the degree covers publishing in all its forms, especially book, magazine and digital publishing, and all our students have the opportunity to do work experience during the course.

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Speed-dating at Working in Publishing Day 2010

Two students write of their experiences at our Working in Publishing Day 2010. These are the companies which attended the event: Archant, Berg, Boardworks, Bookcareers, Bradt Travel Guides, Cambridge University Press, Casemate, David Fickling, Dazed & Confused, Dennis Publishing, Elsevier, Faber & Faber, Felicity Bryan, Hachette, HarperCollins, How To Books, IPC Media, Lightning Source, Macmillan, McGraw-Hill, National Gallery Publishing, National Magazine Company, New Internationalist, Osprey, Oxford University Press, Palgrave Macmillan, Penguin Press, Pluto Press, Princeton University Press, Random House, SYP, Taylor & Francis, Usborne Publishing, Wiley-Blackwell, Zed Books.

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Publishing Job Club

Important Note: These events are now cancelled.

Are you from the publishing industry but currently not working? Have you undertaken considerable work experience placements or temporary jobs but have not yet found anything permanent?

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Peddle Power

Publishing graduate Kay Peddle was featured in the Bookseller (19 February 2010) in the careers section. Kay graduated from the MA in International Publishing at Oxford Brookes in 2007, and whilst at Brookes did an internship at the World Bank in Washington. Originally from South Africa, where she studied at the University of Pretoria, Kay has worked at Random House in London since graduation. She is now an Assistant Editor at the Bodley Head and has been long listed for the British Council Young Publisher of the Year award.

Kay is an example of someone who has moved across departments, starting in marketing and now working in editorial. In the Bookseller article she emphasizes the benefits of getting experience across many departments: 'Career paths obviously depend on a person's aptitude and strengths, but if you don't get into the department you initially had your hopes set on then be open to following another path, at least initially. The industry is so broad and diverse, you might be surprised that you actually enjoy something completely different and there is always the opportunity to move at a later stage in your career.'

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