The new partnership between two universities, Howard and Columbia, is another example of a diversity-driven program in publishing.
The New York University Center for Publishing’s Summer Publishing Institute has three newly developed scholarships this year.
Three winning university students and three instructors are honored by a new Black Stories program from Macmillan Learning.
The shortlist for this year’s Aspen Words Literary Prize features three novels and two short story collections.
The new program from Princeton’s press offers book-development guidance and mentoring, first to writers working in science and mathematics.
The fourth annual diversity survey of British publishing shows progress in women’s leadership, slower movement in BAME employment.
The new award comes with £1,000 and is geared to writers from ‘Black, ethnic minority, LGBTQ+, and working-class backgrounds.’
This digital literary festival’s February 25 to 28 dates reflect Georgia’s annexation by and independence from the Soviet Union.
Three essays at ‘Words Without Borders’ this month look at issues of Black writers’ work and its prospects for translation.
This week, Bodour Al Qasimi begins her term as the second woman president of the International Publishers Association in more than 50 years.