We are delighted to announce that the Arkbound Foundation has been awarded funding from the National Lottery for its upcoming project: ...
Tree Triumph: The Oakupy Project 2020 is a success
By Ellie Potts This summer, we (Arkbound Foundation) were made aware of the alarming 750,000 oak trees that were due to be destroyed if...
The Pandemic – A Tipping Point for a Green Future
The climate emergency has been, as it so often is, pushed to the sidelines when more evidently immediate dangers emerge.
A lack of authentic stories: the consequences of monopoly and monopsony in publishing
Earlier this year, author L.L. McKinney started the Twitter hashtag #PublishingPaidMe, calling for authors to share the advances they had received for their books.
Modern Prejudice: Some forms of discrimination are decried, whilst others are deemed acceptable
Steve Mcnaught writes of his personal experience and questions why some forms of prejudice go unchallenged
Supporting a diverse, independent publishing industry
The impacts of COVID-19 on all sectors have been immense, but perhaps one of those hardest hit is the independent publishing industry.
The regional, social, cultural and economic disparities in the publishing world are overwhelming…
Slaver in the River
In the wake of Edward Colston's statue being thrown and retrieved from the Harbourside in Bris...
Review of ‘The Asylum’ by Alice Shuttleworth
‘The Asylum’ by Zahid Zaman, published by Arkbound Publishers in 2016, is a dark yet strangely upliftin...
Spotlight on access to publishing for marginalised groups
A recent study this year by Professor Katy Shaw at Northumbria University has highlighted the difficulties faced ...