Lantana Press' Curry wins Kim Scott Walwyn Prize

Alice Curry, founder and publisher of Lantana Press, has been awarded the 2017 Kim Scott Walwyn Prize for being a "great role model for future generations starting out in publishing". Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

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