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SALES ROLE AT BLACK SPRING / Eyewear Publishing Group Job Description A small independent publishing group, founded in 1985, in central London is looking for a sales person to join their team of freelance experts. This will offer you an opportunity to manage the UK sales, develop and implement UK sales strategies. You will also help in maintaining and developing first class relationship with retailers, from indies to the major. The role can be part-time (20 hours a week) or more, and flexible hours are an option (with some working from home if required); remuneration ideally in a balance of...

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Eyewear Book is an International Bestseller

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Here is some wonderful year-end news. Our novel Bad Seed by Richard Lieberman hit the top of the Amazon best seller charts in the UK, Canada and Australia. It is the number 1 Legal Thriller in Canada and Australia, and number 6 in the UK. On the overall Amazon best seller charts (all books-combined print and ebook fiction and non fiction): 36 in Canada, 79 in Australia and 465 in the UK. And at number 18 on the Canada fiction category (combined print and ebooks), our book is right behind Margaret Atwood’s new book (17). We have always believed that...

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As this is the busiest time of the year for Santa's elves, and the Royal Mail, please note that any orders placed after 16th December, 2019, may not arrive until early in the new year. Our team will do its best to send books out asap, but we don't shimmy down chimneys. Thank you for supporting small press indie publishers.

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XMAS Party Launch In Maida Vale!

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NEW PAMPHLET BY SHANKAR & SZIRTES! A Field Guide to Southern China

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We are incredibly proud to be bringing out this Monday a new pamphlet by major poets George Szirtes (pictured) & Ravi Shankar (for sale here as well as in good bookshops). In 2016, award-winning Hungarian British poet George Szirtes and Indian American poet Ravi Shankar spent a month in China on a residency at Sun Yat Sen University in Guangzhou. Traveling to the scenic spot of Yangshou, located along the Li River in the Southeast of Guilin Province and with views of the spectacular karst mountains all around, the two poets wrote this collaborative poem that delved into some of...

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