‘To expand our thinking, advance our empathy,’ the Amazon Literary Partnership announces almost $1 million in grants to nonprofits.
The Polari Prize program for UK and Irish books relative to LGBTQ themes is to announce its shortlists in September, winners in November.
The first curation of free-to-read open-access titles from the Big Ten Open Books project features 100 works on sexuality and gender.
London’s 13-year-old HopeRoad Publishing, focused on Caribbean, African, and Asian work, announces it’s having cash-flow struggles.
The United Kingdom’s Amazon Literary Partnership expands its reach this year, ‘supporting all forms of writing.’
The US chapter of PEN International has issued its May overview of education-based efforts in censorship and policy changes.
Formerly at Wiley and its US$500 million subscription business, Terri Teleen becomes president of Emerald’s North American division.
London Book Fair has announced its first schools program, expected to bring 80 students to the floor of the trade show this week at Olympia.
With a £2,000 purse for the winner, four shortlistees are named by the regionally specific Highland Book Prize.
The newest of four yearly reports from Hachette Book Group sees staff BIPOC diversity increasing by 2.5 percent in 2022.