Episode 543. Editing Pop-Up Shakespeare

Walker Books editor Daisy Jellicoe discusses the joy of editing children’s books generally, pop-up books particularly, and Pop-Up Shakespeare especially. Featuring the marriage of Jennie Maizels‘ images and our text, similarities between editing children’s books and reducing, the importance of reader engagement, keeping many fingers in different pies, the pleasure and privilege of reinventing Shakespeare, and the very slight difference between editing Martin Amis and editing us. (Length 21:21)

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