BookBrunch | Last interviews of 2016 & my very first PODCAST!

Season’s greetings, friends! And boy, what a ride 2016 has been! Here’s hoping that 2017 brings more peace and sanity into the world – and for all of you much prosperity and some grand adventures.


Just because the season of of gifts and feasts is upon us, doesn’t mean I’ve been slowing down on the old journalism front though. Very excitingly, I can now reveal my first ever podcast: The BookBrunch Yearly Wrap 2016 Podcast, brought to you for FREE! That’s right, you can listen in for absolutely no money as some of the publishing industry’s top voices talk about their feelings on 2016 and their predictions for the year to come. The only reasonable excuse for not listening is if you have eaten so much you’re plastered to the couch.

On top of that, I’ve got an opinion piece for BookMachine, all about the importance of connecting over the festive season, especially after a year like this!

And finally, I have neglected to keep you up to date with the last three BookBrunch interviews of the year, so here they are:

On translation in children’s literature with Adam Freudenheim from Pushkin Press

Looking to a very digital future with Ed Marino from codeMantra

Blazing the agenting trail with Ella Kahn and Bryony Woods of Diamond Kahn & Woods Literary Agency

Thank you so much to everyone who’s read this blog this year, and to all the fantastic people I’ve worked with, you are all totally amazing. Wishing you a very merry festive season and all good things for 2017. 

Jasmin x