Come join us for this panel discussion out in Bologna at the Children's Book Fair and find out what new and traditional UK publishers are doing to reach a wider more inclusive audience. We’ll explore the concept of intersectionality, and see how technology and modern storytelling considerations are enabling publishers to make their content more relevant and more accessible to a wider range of young readers.
Chair, Justine Solomons, Director, Byte the Book
Ed White (Partnership Project Manager, OUP)
Aimee Felone (Co-Founder, KnightsOf)
Giorgia Chairon (Art Director of Books, Wonderbly)
Ken Wilson Max (Founder of The Chicken Newspaper for Children)
This event is free to all attendees of Bologna Book Fair. Members of Byte the Book can get in free to the fair, saving you €90. You can join Byte the Book from just £36 a quarter here. If you are already a member of Byte the Book and want a free ticket to the fair please let us know via Eventbrite when booking your ticket to this talk or get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets will only be available until 9th March 2018, we can't help with entry after that date.