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LEADING-EDGE PUBLISHERS, BESTSELLERS AND STAR AGENTS TO REVEAL THE SECRETS OF SUCCESSFUL PUBLISHING ON HQ @ LBF.
Launched at the London Book Festival, the London Book Festival has unveiled an excellent selection of publishers, authors and editors who will step onto the scene at this year's show to reveal their mysteries to up-and-coming authors as to how they can be successfully made known. Three days of the program will take place in the seminar room of the author's headquarters, funded by Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP).
Waterstone's and cutting-edge freelance bookstores will also be there for writers who want to know how to see their work on the bookshelves. The book will be featured in a podium discussion with Jane Mays from The Daily Mail and Cathy Rentzenbrink, associate editor of The Bookseller.
Writers who wish to receive feedbacks on their work can also book a place in an Agent One-to-One. Every two days at the authors' headquarters ends with a network of refreshments that allow the writers to relax and informally debate what they have learned during the course of the working days, speak about their writings and exchange ideas with the panel. This year it was developed by Midas Public Relations.
Writers are encouraged to come early to prevent disappointments.
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In 1761-1838 Samuel W. Fores had a store on 3 Piccadillies, which in 1795 was relocated to 48-50. Louis Philippe exiled and leased an appartment through Fores' exhibition space. In 1788 he relocated to 50 Oxford Street when he published Gillray's graphics. The Netherlands and Fores showed continuous exhibits in the later 1780', for which there was an entrance fee (1s).
She was first at 18 Old Bond St. and later relocated to 37 New Bond St. (Gillray lived at both in 1793 ) and then to 27 St. James Sq. in 1797. Gillray's graphics were released only towards the end of 1791. Robert-Jayer (1725-1794), had a store at 53 Fleet St, which was for a while in the possession of John Bennett.