Penguin Random House’s site focused on the publisher’s social outreach has a 2020 update on international projects and growth in diversity.
Longlists of both published and unpublished comedic writing from women have been announced in the Comedy Women in Print Prize’s third year.
The former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick writes in his first book in the series about differences between himself and his adoptive family.
Amid some 250 events in August’s hybrid edition of the Edinburgh International Book Festival, a group of programs welcomes industry players.
‘Changing the world is hard and the highest ideals may have unintended consequences,’ writes Richard Charkin in his column of queries.
The multicultural publisher of children’s books Lee & Low buys the 130-book list of El Paso’s bilingual Cinco Puntos Press.
In 2021, the Amazon Literary Partnership is giving 80 grants totaling more than $1 million to literary organizations in the United States.
The Hachette Book Group workforce in 2020 was 3.9 percent black, the company says, 6.7 percent Asian, 20 percent Hispanic or Latinx.
In its fourth year, the 2021 Aspen Words Prize goes to Louise Erdrich for her fiction on the Native American struggle for self-determination.
The UK’s Translators Association issues a statement on debates about who should translate whom–and ‘institutional barriers.’