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Here you can read all our IPG 'meet the member' blog posts.
JohnHarperPublishing
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An introduction to EU-related books specialist John Harper Publishing - read more ➥
ockham
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Read the story of the pop-science and pop-philosophy specialist - read more ➥
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An introduction to law specialist and new IPG member Hall and Stott - read more ➥
AeonBooks
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An introduction to mind, body, spirit specialist and new member Aeon Books - read more ➥
FilbertPress
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An introduction to gardening specialist and new IPG member Filbert Press - read more ➥
Pearson
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A Q&A with mobile-focused educational and training specialist Pearson Publishing - read more ➥
HandheldPress
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The story of trade publishing start-up and new IPG member Handheld Press - read more ➥
BookLife
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A Q&A with children's and educational publisher and IPG member BookLife - read more ➥
TrampPress
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An introduction to Dublin-based fiction publisher and IPG member Tramp Press - read more ➥
FlorenceElizabeth
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A Q&A with new diversity-focused publisher Florence Elizabeth - read more ➥
NewHaven
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An introduction to music and entertainment publisher New Haven - read more ➥

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claregristtaylor
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​Publishing consultant Clare Grist Taylor shares seven top tips for making promotion work for you and colleagues - read more ➥
IPGLogo
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​The IPG’s mentoring scheme pairs up experienced independent publishers with newer ones. Here's what some of our participants have gained... - read more ➥
IvanOBrien
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The managing director of The O'Brien Press on his working life in independent publishing - read more ➥

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​Just some of the many insights from our Autumn Conference on Tuesday 18 September ​ - read more ➥
HighWire
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​HighWire’s Oliver White shares thoughts on academic piracy and how publishers can reduce it​ - read more ➥