Freedom to Publish: What are the new limits and where are they coming from?

When: Monday 25 November, 12:05pm-1pm
Where: etc.Venues, 155 Bishopsgate, Liverpool Street, London, EC2M 3YD
Tickets: From £141

Index on Censorship CEO Jodie Ginsberg will join panellists at FutureBook, The Bookseller’s annual publishing conference, to discuss the threats facing the freedom to publish globally.

Chair: Alison Flood, The Guardian’s books reporter and the former news editor of The Bookseller.

With: Jodie Ginsberg, Index on Censorship; David Roth-Ey, HarperCollins; Sunny Singh, author/Authors’ Club; and Molly Ker Hawn, The Bent Agency.

For 10 years FutureBook has tracked, interrogated, and challenged the way the international book business has embraced (and rebuffed) the digital content revolution. Today the event remains the stand-out gathering for smart thinkers, creatives and innovators across books, with FutureBook Live 2019 offering the most ambitious and far-reaching programme so far.

When: Monday 25 November, 12:05pm-1pm
Where: etc.Venues, 155 Bishopsgate, Liverpool Street, London, EC2M 3YD
Tickets: From £141

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