Category Archives: Guest Post
Paul Sellars is a freelance copywriter specialising in cover copy in the publishing industry. He works with clients including HarperCollins, Penguin and whitefox.
We are pleased to reproduce this brilliant essay on typography’s evolving significance in a digital landscape by UX designer and typography enthusiast Matej Latin. Read on for an abridged history of typography and its changing relationship with humanity. This article was originally published on Matej’s blog A Day in the Life of a Designer. Among Matej’s other ventures is Gutenberg, a web typography starter kit that brings meaning and craftsmanship to web typography. Matej is originally from Slovenia.
We asked trusted whitefox freelancer (and Unsung Hero of Publishing for 2016) David Brimble for an abridged overview of what has changed in book production technology since he began his career. Read on to find out exactly how digital made working remotely as a production specialist possible.
We asked whitefox freelancer Becky Miles to share some of her editorial project management expertise. Whether you are in a project management role or not, applying these tips to your working life will make all the difference! Becky has over 20 years experience working at publishing houses in the UK and abroad.
We asked Ben Galley, author and self-publishing consultant, for some author marketing best practices. Read on for practical advice from a self-publishing veteran with a loyal following and a thriving writing career. If you like Ben’s tips but want to take things a step further with one-on-one support from the man himself, get in touch by emailing email@example.com.
We went to whitefox freelancer Monica Byles for some expert advice on maintaining a successful career as a freelance copyeditor. Read on to find out if any of Monica’s tips are new to you, or whether you’re already a copyediting superstar. Remember, you’re up against decades of editorial experience!
We talked to George Miller, translator and former editorial director of Oxford University Press’s Trade division and Granta Books, about his path towards translation from French and his website, Podularity, which features interviews with authors.
Alejandra Rodriguez Creixell was an intern at whitefox and a Publishing MA student at UCL. She is currently designing a booklet for Waterstones Gower Street and searching for a job in publishing or marketing. Here she shares some key findings from her MA research on publishers’ websites and their effectiveness.