Thursday, April 15, 2010

Society Of Young Pubslishers Canon Tales

It is fast becoming a tradition at the London Bookfair where the Society of Young Publishers put together an event named Canon Tales. Here is the line-up and the event is a lot of fun so if you are in town go along and see it.


The next instalment in the “canon tales” series, which sees speakers from across the book industry showcase their stories and projects with rapid visuals, is taking full shape with the line-up for the fourth “chapter” set to go at London’s Free Word centre, on April 22nd.


James Bridle (Publisher,

Dylan Calder (Director, StarLit festival)

Tram-Anh Din (Paperbacks Editor, Bloomsbury)

David Godwin (Managing Director, David Godwin Associates)

Ben Hammersley (Budding, Editor at Large WIRED UK)

Ramy Habeeb (Director, co-founder Kotobarabia)

Iain Millar (Marketing Manager, Quercus)

Stefanie Posavec (Cover Designer, Penguin and itsbeenreal)

Sophie Rochester (Content Editor, Man Booker Prize)

Ross Sutherland (Poet, Aisle 16)

Kate Wilson (Managing Director, Nosy Crow)

Emma Young (To Hell With Publishing)

There may yet be an as yet unnamed special guest who could take the stage on the night…

The canon tales series has, in only three events, had an illustrious and energetic range of speakers who have offered an entertaining perspective on their creativity.


Free Word Centre, London

Registration at

Doors at 6pm, first speaker 7pm

For more information, contact:

Jon Slack, @jonslack

Doug Wallace , @twittizenkane

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