Press Release: February 02, 2019
The unique publisher is bringing a rejuvenating change to a flourishing industry.
Kicking off from a very successful 2018, Austin Macauley Publishers are appearing at one of the biggest literary events of the year; London Book Fair, bigger and better than before. The intercultural event which attracts on average 25,000 attendees from 135 countries has always been one the most important events for the rising publishing house.
This year London Book Fair will be commemorating their 48th year anniversary of bringing literary professionals from all works of life together, opening their door to all and any with an interest in the written word from Tuesday 12th to Thursday 14th March from 9:00 to 18:30. Come by the Olympia in London and see the wonderful collection of the industry together.
In the anticipation of opening their 5th office around the world, Austin Macauley is officially spread their ethos of diversity, acceptance, and revitalisation across five continents and continue to push towards a more open and welcoming industry. With a policy to continue to accept unsolicited work from both new and establish writers, they have created a unique library embracing all genres of literature and humanity.
This open and diverse way of business has led to the publishing house having distinct and special best sellers such as Annabelle Knights ‘Endless Autumn’ and Luke Harding’s ‘50 Things’ and many more.
Jade Robertson, International Publishing Director stated “London Book Fair is an Exceptional opportunity for writers and publishing industry professionals alike, to come together in order to share knowledge, trends and publishing ideas across the board. Austin Macauley is growing from strength to strength in the publishing world and continue to innovate and prosper internationally with our hybrid publishing model and talented authors.” A statement echoed by the many employees under the Austin Macauley flag.
Austin Macauley Publishers are excited by the chance to meet everyone and help nurture the interest in hybrid publishing so if you have a question, query or wonder on this modernised business practice or Austin Macauley themselves then pop over to stand 6C90 and speak to one of their amazing team members.
Address: CGC-33-01, 25 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 5LQ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/austinmacauley
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