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The Bookseller: Lantana and Peepal Tree make £10,000 independent press prize shortlist

The Bookseller: Lantana and Peepal Tree make £10,000 independent press prize shortlist

The Clarissa Luard Award for Independent Publishers has been revealed with Lantana Publishing, Little Toller Books, Peepal Tree Press and Penned in the Margins all in the running for the £10,000 prize.

Huffpost: Nnedi Okorafor: Science fiction to children’s books

Huffpost: Nnedi Okorafor: Science fiction to children’s books

An interview with award-winning author Nnedi Okorafor on her range of work, with a focus on Chicken in the Kitchen and the inspiration behind this book.

Publisher's Weekly: Lantana Publishing breaks into U.S. market

Publisher's Weekly: Lantana Publishing breaks into U.S. market

Lantana is entering the American market with the release of four picture books this fall, which clearly reflect its core mission. 

CNN: Meet the Syrian author healing refugee kids

CNN: Meet the Syrian author healing refugee kids

When writing The Jasmine Sneeze, Nadine Kadaan explains that she was keen to create a fun book that depicts the beauty of Syria.
The Bookseller: Lantana Publishing's Curry wins Kim Scott Walwyn Prize

The Bookseller: Lantana Publishing's Curry wins Kim Scott Walwyn Prize

Alice Curry, founder and publisher of Lantana Publishing, has been awarded the 2017 Kim Scott Walwyn Prize for being a "great role model for future generations starting out in publishing".
The Bookseller Daily at the Bologna Book Fair: Strength in breadth

The Bookseller Daily at the Bologna Book Fair: Strength in breadth

As one of the companies in contention for the BOP Awards’ Publisher of the Year gong, Lantana Publishing’s evolution has been remarkable – and rapid.
The Bookseller: Charity children’s book raises £13,000 for Cameroon

The Bookseller: Charity children’s book raises £13,000 for Cameroon

A children’s book featuring stories by authors such as Gill Lewis, Piers Toray and Abi Elphinstone has raised more than £13,000 for a charity project in Cameroon.
BBC World: Writer Nadine Kaadan helps Syrian children understand war

BBC World: Writer Nadine Kaadan helps Syrian children understand war

In the BBC article by video journalist Rubika Shah, Syrian writer and illustrator, Nadine Kaadan, talks about Tomorrow, her first picture book to be published in English.
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