One of the casualties of the economic downturn since 2008 is space and time for innovation in support of children and adults who are disabled, marginalised or vulnerable. A reduced workforce struggles to get through each day with no time to explore new ways of working. The shortage of money means we all buy fewer books and getting published becomes harder – especially when the expected readership is limited by the nature of the work.
While we wait for better times, Interconnections can help disseminate theories, ideas, research findings and innovative practice in print. Does this interest you?
Once your book is accepted, we will edit, design and print in full discussion with you. We will then discuss with you how to get the book known in your circle, networks and further afield. Each book published in this way will be advertised on the Interconnections website and available on Amazon. Interconnections will bear the costs of getting your work into print and can pay modest royalties.
The work you want to disseminating with us should be directly relevant to the field of babies, children, teenagers, adults or elderly people who are disabled, marginalised or vulnerable in any country. The length is likely to be between 10,000 and 30,000 words.
For initial discussions please contact Peter Limbrick:
Tel: (0044) 01497 831550 (UK)