Happy New Year to you!If you’ve made any resolutions I hope they’re still going well. Perhaps you’ve decided to get fit or learn a new skill? If you’ve decided that it’s really time to find yourself a new job we hope that we’ll be able to assist you in finding the perfect role.
Our job here is to let you know about interesting opportunities as soon as they come in and discuss with you, to see if your skills and experience are a good match. We’re constantly building our client list to bring a wider selection of publishers your way - from A&C Black to W.W. Norton and lots in between! As you’ll imagine, there are more and more digital roles coming in but don’t panic, we still have a wide range of traditional publishing jobs too. It’s always a good idea to get further training if offered so add this to your to-do list for 2012.
The team at Atwood Tate is growing so that we can deal effectively with the volume of jobs coming in and we’re looking forward to welcoming Claire Louise to our Oxford office and Stephanie to London. More details to follow shortly on this. We’re also delighted to welcome Sam back after a couple of weeks of paternity leave – a bit of extra excitement at Christmas for Sam and Tamar with the arrival of baby Eve, congratulations to you both!
We’ve come up with some ideas for reading for 2012 - here are our top 3 we’ve been meaning to read / re-read for a while now (you can check in with us in 12 months to see if we did).
Claire: David Copperfield by Charles Dickens - Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami - The Blind Assassin by Margaret Atwood
Helen: Edith Cavell: Nurse, Martyr, Heroine by Diana Souhami - The Hare with Amber Eyes by Edmund de Waal - Mister Pip by Lloyd Jones (in the Flipback version to see what I think of this innovative new format)
Sam: House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski – Pictures that Tick by Dave Mckean - It's a Good Life, if You Don't Weaken by Seth
|Posted 04 January 2012|