Life of 'radiant' Mo Siewcharran remembered

Friends from across the trade came together on Friday (29th September) to celebrate the life of Mo Siewcharran, head of marketing at Nielsen Book, who died in June. Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

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Nielsen’s Mo Siewcharran Remembered for Industry Contributions, ‘a Force for Good’

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New Mo Siewcharran Fund grants awarded

New grants from the Mo Siewcharran Fund to take on interns from BAME backgrounds have been awarded to the Royal Society of Literature, Europa Editions UK and Swindon’s Prime Theatre. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Hasin wins Dialogue deal with inaugural Mo Siewcharran Prize victory

Sarvat Hasin has won the inaugural Mo Siewcharran Prize for unpublished authors from BAME backgrounds, securing a deal with Dialogue Books. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Faber and Granta among first recipients of Mo Siewcharran grants

The Mo Siewcharran Fund has dealt out its first grants since it was founded, rewarding two publishing houses - Faber & Faber and Granta Books - with £5,000 each to subsidise internships for young people pursuing a career in the Arts.  Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Mo Siewcharran fund to support BAME internships

A memorial fund supporting BAME internships in publishing and the theatre has been launched in memory of Mo Siewcharran, the former Nielsen Book director of marketing and communications. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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