Emerald Publishing this year surveyed 1,199 researchers and added Indigenous voices to its research on inclusivity in academic publishing
BookNet Canada uses BISAC code research to explore Indigenous-focused literature in the English-language Canadian market.
Before the pandemic, only 5 percent of Peru’s publishers and booksellers had made digital sales. Peru was guest of honor at Guadalajara.
As part of Canada’s Guest of Honor program at Frankfurter Buchmesse, authors Kim Thúy and Michel Jean spoke about the role of identity in storytelling.
Canada’s first Indigenous governor general, Mary May Simon, is to include Frankfurt Book Fair in her state visit to Germany this month.
In praise of resilience, creativity, and its cultural ‘Singular Plurality,’ Guest of Honor Canada is looking for ‘where we discover the raw material of inspiration.”
The First Voices First project between Emerald and Canada’s Council of Prairie and Pacific Libraries opens research to Indigenous communities.
The children’s publisher Kids Can Press has partnered with Nelvana to develop content from Black writers, submissions opening now.
An Indigenous language based in Paraguay yields poetic musings from a tongue in which ‘word’ and ‘soul’ are the same.
The Giller Foundation in Toronto issues two major grants to writing organizations working in Canada to support Indigenous literature.