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UCL Publishing Thought of the Week: “DO judge a book by its cover” by Lucy Broughton

LucyBroughton3 November 2014

Have a look and this weeks thought from the UCL Publishing Blog – “DO judge a book by its cover” by Lucy Broughton.

http://blogs.ucl.ac.uk/cfp-blog/2014/11/03/thought-of-the-week-do-judge-a-book-by-its-cover/

MA Publishing Project – The Bookseller Children’s Project by Lucy Broughton

LucyBroughton29 October 2014

Keep up to date on how the MA Publishing Projects are coming along.

Read the first update for The Bookseller Children’s Project here…

http://blogs.ucl.ac.uk/cfp-blog/2014/10/29/publishing-project-update-the-bookseller-childrens-project/

Tweet of the Week by Lucy Broughton

AnneWelsh22 October 2014

tweetEach week we will pick a tweet that we think you just should not miss out on…

Read Lucy’s thoughts on this tweet on the Publishing Blog.

 

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Lucy Broughton (@lucyybroughtonis a student on the MA Publishing programme.

UCL Publishing Bloggers by Caroline Murphy

AnneWelsh19 October 2014

publishingpublishing2Good Morning from the new blog team at UCL’s Centre for Publishing!

We’re really excited to be running the blog platform for our programme, and we hope you enjoy reading as much as we enjoy creating! So you know who we are if you ever have any questions, or want us to post anything for you, we’ve created little profiles for all 6 of us on the blog.

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Caroline Murphy (@carolinealice93) is a MA Publishing student, and one of the new team of editors for the UCL Centre for Publishing Blog.

Note: the appearance of the byline on this post is auto-generated, indicating that it was posted by Anne Welsh. Caroline Murphy is the sole author of this piece.

 

Lucy Broughton Wins MA Publishing Treasure Hunt Blog Post Competition by Samantha Rayner

AnneWelsh13 October 2014

treasure-300x143In Induction Week, Professor Iain Stevenson set up a fiendish treasure hunt for the incoming cohort: this took them on a walk via some key publishing-related sights in London, and ended up, as all good publishing events should, at the pub. All students then submitted a blog about the experience, and these were shortlisted by tutors, who then submitted these to Naomi Barton, one of last year’s group who is an accomplished blogger herself. Naomi offered a limited edition of The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell for the winner, who today has been announced as Lucy Broughton!

Lucy’s blog is reproduced on the Centre for Publishing blog – well done, Lucy!

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Note: the appearance of the byline on this post is auto-generated, indicating that it was posted by Anne Welsh. Samantha Rayner, Director of the MA Publishing, is the sole author of this piece.