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Happy First Birthday, Blurbify!

One year on and Blurbify, Anglia Ruskin’s MA Publishing blog is taking off! Just over a year ago, Blurbify’s creator, Victoria Love, decided that there was the need and desire for a collective publishing blog for the MA Publishing students. Following rigorous academic research, many cups of tea, an entire sponge cake, and a number




Bookbub – the Groupon of the ebook world?

MA Publishing student, Imogen Dickens, explores Bookbub – a ‘Groupon-esque’ scheme for discovering e-books in this week’s newsflash. In 2010, Groupon took the country by storm by offering cheap deals on anything from spa days to a meal in a restaurant. Like other consumers, I love a bargain. You log on, choose your deal, print




Do film adaptations boost enhanced e-book sales?

Jixuan Dong, current MA Publishing student, uses her newsflash to consider a recent Publishers Weekly story on film adaptations and enhanced e-books and the impact this is having on the bookselling market. For the first three weeks of 2015, Publishers Weekly reports that the enhanced e-book of Chris Kyle’s memoir, American Sniper, has rocketed onto




Course Leader, Dr Leah Tether, takes her research to ELiT 2014 in Austria

Blurbify recently reported that ARU MA Publishing Course Leader, Dr Leah Tether, had published an article in the publishing journal, Logos, on medieval and digital reading cultures. Here she brings us up-to-date on the article’s impact in the literary world, following an invite to participate in the European Literature Days (ELiT) 2014 festival in Spitz-an-der-Donau,




Researching With Kittens 101

Imagine…’If you are thinking of coming to Anglia Ruskin to study for our MA in Publishing, please consider our newest module: Researching With Kittens 101.’ PhD student, Lucija, recounts her experiences and takes an amusing look at why this could be a great addition to PhD training. Course Overview When you’re a PhD student, Anglia




A Day in the Life of a Publishing PhD Student

Have you ever wondered what goes on in the life of a PhD student from day to day? PhD student in Publishing at Anglia Ruskin, Lucija Dačić shares a day in her life: Starring: Lucija as ‘The PhD student’, Imoen as ‘The Cat’ and Tom as ‘The Significant Other’. Monday 6:23: Something is treading on




Welcome to Blurbify!

Blurbify is the new collective blog from the MA Publishing students at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge. It hopes to grow to become the best place to hear from Anglia Ruskin publishing students, current and alumni. It also aims to provide prospective students, and otherwise interested folk, with a place where they can learn about the