CALLOUT: Please send your 50-word pitch for a feature idea by 8 March. Full details below. The Black Agents and Editors’ Group (BAE), a community for current and aspiring agents and editors of African descent, are curating the first ever takeover issue of The Bookseller, the book industry’s dedicated weekly magazine, founded in 1858. The issue will beContinue reading “BAE x The Bookseller: THE BLACK ISSUE”
What does ‘doing the work’ really mean? (What does it mean on the days when you feel tired, worried or stressed?) We heard about the thoughts and the prayers; we saw the black squares, then heard the ensuing silence. As 2020 comes to a close it feels like day-to-day ally efforts towards equity are faltering.Continue reading “15 STEPS TO DOING BETTER”
Hi, I’m Marianne, the founder of the Black Agents & Editors’ Group (BAE). I’m a Commissioning Editor for Ebury Press & Pop Press (Penguin Random House UK), publishing nonfiction books, with a focus on lifestyle and illustrated. Prior to Ebury, I was at Penguin General/Penguin Life, and before that at 4th Estate & William CollinsContinue reading “Marianne Tatepo – Founder of BAE, Commissioning Editor at Ebury”
I am an Editorial Assistant working at Quercus’ non-fiction imprint, Greenfinch. Prior to this, I was one of five trainees on Hachette’s year-long Fresh Chapters Scheme where I worked in editorial at Hodder’s lifestyle imprint, Yellow Kite, and across Marketing and Publicity at Orion.
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