This is part of uOpen’s ‘Meet The Maker’ interview series - your exclusive opportunity to get to know the real people and personalities behind the subscription boxes you know and love, and the ones you will soon come to!
Discover the fascinating stories behind how your favourite subscriptions originally came to be, the marvellous people involved in lovingly creating and curating each box, plus a few ‘behind the scenes’ snaps.
Bookishly | Meet The Maker
Today we’re chatting with Louise Verity, owner, maker and designer of monthly book subscription box, Bookishly. Delivering literary delights to your door each month, Bookishly offer a range of classic and vintage book subscriptions - some even teamed with a packet of luxury tea or coffee - so subscribers have everything they need to enjoy their new favourite read!
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