Saqi to continue 'on smaller scale'

Saqi Books is to press on with its English-language publishing programme, following a strategic review which saw it lose six members of staff. Publisher Lynn Gaspard is now the only remaining staff member, with the others leaving between April and October last year. Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

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