A new look at Penguin Random House’s US ‘progress as we work toward a more diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace.’
In its ‘Banned in the USA’ report, PEN America makes the case that much of the United States’ book banning dynamic is coordinated.
Art Spiegelman, whose ‘Maus’ has been the target of censorship efforts, is to be introduced at the National Book Awards by Neil Gaiman.
In The Association of American Publishers and Authors Guild had filed an amicus brief in the case, which sought to limit sales of two books.
In the run-up to Banned Book Week, Firsts London will feature censorship from past centuries.
‘Our workforce must reflect the society we live in,’ reads Penguin Random House’s frank new report on US staff and contributor demographics.
Jerusalem’s International Book Forum is back in full production with talks by Stefan von Holtzbrinck, Julian Barnes, and Olga Tokarczuk.
Author and essayist Anne Applebaum told American publishers at their annual meeting that they have a role to play, both in Russia and China.
‘The biggest set of challenges our industry has faced in a generation’: Michael Pietsch and Maria A. Pallante lead the AAP’s annual meeting.
As book-bannings sweep the United States, two campaigns from the industry demonstrate different styles and tones of response.