Suzie Dooré on BBC Radio 4 Open Book

In January Borough Press’ Suzie Dooré braved the cold and headed over to BBC Broadcasting house to give her ‘Editor’s tip’ and a ‘New year’s resolution for the publishing industry’ on Mariella Frostrup’s Open Book. Suzie’s choice sparked conversation around gender fluidity, feminism and diversity in literature. And her new year’s resolution for publishing came with a ‘side resolution’ too.

Click here to hear Suzie on BBC Radio 4 Open Book (14:20 mins)

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