The Amazon Literary Partnership–in the States since 2009 and in the UK since 2019–funds writer- and diversity-supportive programs.
Amazon Literary Partnership Expands Grantee List to 80 This Year
In 2021, the Amazon Literary Partnership is giving 80 grants totaling more than $1 million to literary organizations in the United States.
Amazon Literary Partnership Opens for 2021 Submissions
Supporting everything from PEN America to the Asian American Writers’ Workshop, Amazon Literary Partnership focuses on author development.
Amazon Literary Partnership Names More Than $1 Million in New Grants
The annual announcement of Amazon Literary Partnership funding names 66 nonprofit programs that support writers and their development.
Amazon Literary Partnership Is Open for 2020 Grant Applications
Since 2009, Amazon Literary Partnership funding nonprofit organizations supporting authors’ work and development has made more than US$12 million in grants.
Amazon Literary Partnership Announces More than $1 Million in 2019 Grants
Reiterating its emphasis on voices underrepresented in many parts of the publishing industry, the Amazon Literary Partnership reaches its 10th year.
Amazon Literary Partnership Is Accepting 2019 Applications in ‘A Writer’s Life Cycle’
Now nearing its 10th year, the Amazon Literary Partnership has granted more than US$10 million to writer support organizations in the United States.
Tell Us About Your Favorite Literary Charities
By Edward Nawotka Today’s lead story describes how digital first publisher Stay Thirsty Press is donating a percentage of the proceeds from two recent titles to charity. We at Publishing Perspectives have made an effort to occasionally highlight worthy causes when given a chance, such as our feature on the Afghan Women’s Writing Project. We’d like to learn about your …
The Dawn of Digital Book Philanthropy
Editorial by Dusty Sang • Stay Thirsty Press, a digital first publisher, is donating 50 cents from the sale of two of its most recent titles to the Pennsylvania Innocence Project and ProLiteracy. • Charity, argues Sang — whose own publishing house was inspired by a personal tragedy — should be part of every business strategy. CHICAGO: In the darkest …