‘Prejudice is prejudice, no matter who is at the receiving end,’ IPA’s Bodour Al Qasimi tells the Estoril Conferences audience in Cascais.
The Polari Prize program this year adds a children’s and YA honor, with its shortlist coming later this month.
Roughly three-quarters of respondents to Wiley’s academic-society survey said they want societies to ‘take the lead’ on diversity.
‘Our workforce must reflect the society we live in,’ reads Penguin Random House’s frank new report on US staff and contributor demographics.
The publisher of the Simon & Schuster imprint, Dana Canedy, is leaving to write her memoir’s sequel, which S&S is to publish in 2024.
The Amazon Literary Partnership–in the States since 2009 and in the UK since 2019–funds writer- and diversity-supportive programs.
Preena Gadher in September will bring a career focused on publicity and public relations to the top seat at Penguin General.
The redesigned ‘Words Without Borders’ site, its editors say, is a chance ‘to demonstrate how everything intersects.’
‘Our neurodiversity is a gift,’ as Pan Mac/Picador’s commentary about Jen Hadfield’s ‘The Stone Age’ positions her ‘visionary panpsychism.’
A ‘theory of cherries’ informs the Guest of Honor Spain pavilion design at Frankfurter Buchmesse, as more programming is announced.