PEN’s new ‘Safety Guide for Artists’ outlines issues, protocols, and resources for those working for freedom of expression and publication.
The new award comes with £1,000 and is geared to writers from ‘Black, ethnic minority, LGBTQ+, and working-class backgrounds.’
A mix of classics and newcomers structures the lists from December in China, with the approach of the Lunar New Year.
The 28-category British Book Awards program has 41 jurors in place for the 2021 cycle, with an awards program on May 13.
Three essays at ‘Words Without Borders’ this month look at issues of Black writers’ work and its prospects for translation.
Roffey’s book, based on a Taino legend, is set in 1976 on the Caribbean island of Black Conch. Tessa Sheridan has won the Short Story Award.
A coalition of author organizations in the US and UK calls for more transparency from Audible to give authors ‘a true picture of how their income is being calculated.’
Among publishers, HarperCollins’ 4th Estate leads in this year’s Dylan Thomas longlist, with three of the 12 titles announced today.
Industry Notes: Tickets to the hybrid Emirates Festival of Literature, and grant applications open at the Access Copyright Foundation.
The National Book Foundation’s new digital outreach series includes international literature and translation.