The US chapter of PEN International has issued its May overview of education-based efforts in censorship and policy changes.
London Book Fair and Literacy Trust Open Schools Program
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.
Hachette Book Group: BIPOC Diversity at 36.4 Percent
The newest of four yearly reports from Hachette Book Group sees staff BIPOC diversity increasing by 2.5 percent in 2022.
In Mexico: FIL Guadalajara’s Raúl Padilla, Dead at 68
Raúl Padilla López, the Guadalajara fair’s founder, was a controversial figure in Mexican culture whose death has been confirmed a suicide.
London Book Fair: A Keynote From Mayor Khan on the Climate Crisis
With a focus on Ukraine and daily keynotes each morning, London Book Fair’s programming is beginning to take shape.
London Book Fair’s New Director Gareth Rapley: ‘A Rich History’
The new director of London Book Fair, Gareth Rapley talks about the trade show ahead in mid-April and its place in the industry.
London Book Fair Names Main Stage Speakers
Three days of high-level issue-driven programming at London Book Fair is set for the Main Stage series in April.
Taylor & Francis Calls for Environmental Sciences Papers
Established in the 1990s, Taylor & Francis’ environmental sciences portfolio is seeking new submissions, especially from early career researchers.
London Book Fair Plans: Scholarly and Rights Conferences
Research and scholarly publishing again has a conference at London Book Fair, and ‘Introduction to Rights’ returns on the show’s eve.
IPA’s Karine Pansa at DBW: ‘A Big Wake-Up Call’ in Book Business Data
The need for coherent, actionable data impacts the progress world publishing can make on its prime challenges, IPA’s Karine Pansa says.
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