Birmingham publisher the Emma Press to be mentored by notonthehighstreet as part of Prince’s Trust partnership
Emma Wright, founder of the Emma Press, will be mentored by the curated online marketplace notonthehighstreet as part of a new three-year mentoring partnership with the Prince’s Trust charity.
Press for success: Birmingham business turns five
To celebrate the publication of their fiftieth book in five years, Jewellery Quarter-based publisher the Emma Press is throwing a birthday party. The business has grown from humble origins – in 2012, production assistant Emma Wright quit her job with a large trade publisher in London to start her own publishing business.
Small poetry publisher once again steals thunder from Fifty Shades
In a move set to rattle the producers of Fifty Shades of Grey, due for cinematic release on 13th February, the Emma Press has announced a new call for 'mildly erotic' poems. The publisher is planning an expanded second edition of
Rachel Piercey and Richard O’Brien at the Keen Bean
The Keen Bean, a tiny coffee shop in Oxford run by poet and entrepreneur Will Davies, has just started a series of free poetry nights to promote small and independent publishers. Will was kind enough to invite me to curate
Another month for the pop-up poetry shop
If you were just kicking yourself for not having made it down to Lower Marsh Market during office hours on a Friday recently, then stop kicking yourself. I've been enjoying the market very much, so you now have another month
The Emma Press’s First Spring Fling
When I first came across Aunt Elsie's Secret Market, I thought it might be a cult. A sandwich board chalked with an owl and an arrow caught my eye on the way to meet a friend in Reading last year,