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Emma Jones PUBLISHING ASSISTANT


What is a publishing assistant? A jack of all trades! I deal with the admin, accounts and invoices. I do proof reading, some writing and I update the website.


Did you have to get training for the accounts side of the job? No, I’m an accountant’s daughter so I picked up a few tips. My husband is a farmer and I run a small B&B and we’re setting up a glamping business so I’m used to juggling everything.


What is it like working in such a small team? I really like it; we bounce about ideas and have a good laugh together. Mark respects our abilities enough to let us get on with our jobs without any restrictions.


What did you do before By The Dart? I was a fundraiser for Dartington International Summer School and Music Festival. Before that I worked as an event manager at the Tate Gallery in London. I helped organise the centenary celebrations, which


were sponsored by Chanel and attended by Princess Diana.


Do you have a secret career ambition you never followed? I would have liked to have been a backing singer for Tom Jones or Shirley Bassey!


How would your friends describe you? Honest, positive and cheerful.


What was the last holiday you went on? Budapest with my travelling buddy.


Ruth Simpson SUB EDITOR


What’s your role on the magazine? I proof read the magazine checking for spelling errors, typos and gram- matical mistakes. I also mop brows and soothe a stressed editor when deadlines loom.


What did you do before moving here? I was a secondary school English teacher in Kent before raising our two boys and I also worked part time for the National Trust at Wakehurst in Sussex.


What do you hate or like about publishing By The Dart? We have always been lucky with having lovely people to work with - important if they work in your own home! I am not too keen, however, on the relentless deadlines (a bit of a theme there!) - they come round so quickly... I shan’t miss them when we eventually give up the magazine. But we do get great feedback about the magazine wherever we go which makes it worthwhile.


What do you like about the area? I love the local walks especially first thing on most mornings with friends and the dog. There’s also a sense of belonging when we are around and about. That is very special and you don’t get it everywhere you live.


Favourite meal? Mark’s stroganoff - because it’s delicious and I didn’t have to cook it!


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