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A Clear Desk, An Empty Inbox - And A Whole Load Of Rights To Sell

Posted at 4:05PM Monday 03 Sep 2012

As Hot Key launches its first titles, Rights Director Ruth Logan reflects on the excitement and anxiety of her move from Bloomsbury, where she grew up in publishing, to a specialist children's start-up.

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