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Employee Spotlight: Yasmin Mahdy, Production Manager

Welcome to our new blog series, in which we interview Exact Editions’ employees about their role, their favourite hobbies and everything in between! 🎤

First in the hot seat is our wonderful Production Manager, Yasmin Mahdy. 

1. How long have you worked at Exact Editions?

It is now 5 years since I started at Exact Editions! I first came on board in May 2017 as the Digital Production and Publisher Services Assistant, working in the production team for two years, … Keep Reading

What on Earth Books Publisher & Author Profile: Christopher Lloyd

Christopher Lloyd is an author, lecturer and non-fiction storyteller specialising in connecting knowledge together using giant narratives, visual timelines and interactive workshops. In 2010, Lloyd founded What on Earth Publishing with Andy Forshaw.

He is currently rolling out a programme of workshops around It’s Up To Us: A Children’s Terra Carta for Nature, People and Planetone of the books included in the Exact Editions’ COP26 Virtual Book Showcase. In 2021, HRH The Prince of Wales and his … Keep Reading

The complete digital archive of The Journal of Australian Ceramics is now available 

Exact Editions is delighted to announce that the full digital archive of The Journal of Australian Ceramics is now available for individual and institutional Subscriptions. In collaboration with The Australian Ceramics Association, the digital archive has now been completed, dating back to 1962 and including over 170 fully searchable back issues, with new issues published three times a year.

Previously known as Pottery in Australia (PIA) the title has had the privilege of Australia’s leading ceramicists gracing the covers and … Keep Reading

What on Earth Books Author Profile: Nick Forshaw

Nick Forshaw is an author and editor who has published a series of natural history for children, in cooperation with the Natural History Museum. Prior to this he worked as a managing editor with the â€˜Art and Knowledge in Pre-Modern Europe’ research group at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science in Berlin. He worked on the publication of several multi-authored books focusing on art history and the history of science in the early modern period. 

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Smart ISBNs: Author’s Guide To Free Book Preview Technology

What is a smart ISBN?

At this year’s London Book Fair, Exact Editions’ launched a new freely-available smart ISBN self-service tool. Smart ISBNs are attractive book preview links which can be used by authors to promote book sales. Each link directs users back to the retailer of the author’s choice through the ‘buy this book’ button.

e.g. Preview Frida Kahlo And My Left Leg by New York Times bestselling author Emily Rapp Black, published by Notting Hill Editions: exacteditions.com/isbn/9781912559268

How can

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