Posts Tagged: creative industries

Books about publishing: a guide to the best

On 6 December I’m giving a talk at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge. The details are on the Cambridge Publishing Society page here: http://groupspaces.com/cambridgepublishingsociety/. The books featured will comprise a blend of some of those reviewed on Monographer (see the Publisher’s Bookshelf

Books about publishing: a guide to the best

On 6 December I’m giving a talk at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge. The details are on the Cambridge Publishing Society page here: http://groupspaces.com/cambridgepublishingsociety/. The books featured will comprise a blend of some of those reviewed on Monographer (see the Publisher’s Bookshelf

Creative model: Anita Sarkeesian (@femfreq)

From time to time I’ve posted on this blog about creative models — creative people whose work I respect and whose way of working either inspires me or provides an imitable example. I’ve written about, among others, Harry Beck, Jim Ede,

Creative model: Anita Sarkeesian (@femfreq)

From time to time I’ve posted on this blog about creative models — creative people whose work I respect and whose way of working either inspires me or provides an imitable example. I’ve written about, among others, Harry Beck, Jim Ede,

Getting started in the creative industries: review of Creative Review

I bought the current (August 2016) edition of Creative Review (CR) because of its focus on getting started in the creative economy. My work as mentor frequently brings me into contact with people wanting guidance in this area. The edition comprises

Getting started in the creative industries: review of Creative Review

I bought the current (August 2016) edition of Creative Review (CR) because of its focus on getting started in the creative economy. My work as mentor frequently brings me into contact with people wanting guidance in this area. The edition comprises

Creative places: elegy for Fleet Street

I’m a member of the Wynkyn de Worde Society. The society is named after Wynkyn de Worde, the first printer in Fleet Street. The heyday of Fleet Street has long since passed, but today the last two remaining journalists depart

Creative places: elegy for Fleet Street

I’m a member of the Wynkyn de Worde Society. The society is named after Wynkyn de Worde, the first printer in Fleet Street. The heyday of Fleet Street has long since passed, but today the last two remaining journalists depart

The joy of washi: for World Stationery Day

The week beginning 25 April is, in the UK at least, National Stationery Week (#natstatweek). And Wednesday 27th is World Stationery Day (#WorldStationeryDay). The post below, reblogged from a previous occasion on Monographer, is the final post in a mini-series

The joy of washi: for World Stationery Day

The week beginning 25 April is, in the UK at least, National Stationery Week (#natstatweek). And Wednesday 27th is World Stationery Day (#WorldStationeryDay). The post below, reblogged from a previous occasion on Monographer, is the final post in a mini-series

Creative Business: a review

Creative business: 10 lessons to help you build a business your way (Volante, 2010) by Tobias Nielsen, Dominic Power, and Margret Sigrun Sigurdardottir, is a tool designed to help creatives wise up on the business side of creativity. As the

Creative Business: a review

Creative business: 10 lessons to help you build a business your way (Volante, 2010) by Tobias Nielsen, Dominic Power, and Margret Sigrun Sigurdardottir, is a tool designed to help creatives wise up on the business side of creativity. As the

For Cambridge (UK) publishers: John Naughton on the internet

This is a brief information post for readers in the Cambridge (UK) area. The admirable Cambridge Publishing Society kicks off  the new academic year with a particularly enticing meeting on 20 October featuring John Naughton, author of From Gutenberg to

For Cambridge (UK) publishers: John Naughton on the internet

This is a brief information post for readers in the Cambridge (UK) area. The admirable Cambridge Publishing Society kicks off  the new academic year with a particularly enticing meeting on 20 October featuring John Naughton, author of From Gutenberg to