The Aspen Words Literary Prize is focused on authors whose work deals in cultural relevance and contemporary conditions.
The first Amazon Crossing translation was released 10 years ago today. Born into a political season, the imprint is widening its own campaign.
Released ahead of the US election, Adichie’s ‘Zikora’ is about ‘the additional burden of fear carried by Black women’ in maternity.
The clamor on the United States market in political books is reaching a pre-election crescendo this week. NPD sees a a record for the genre.
Vowing to address its own workforce demographics, Penguin Random House releases a Global Social Impact site on corporate responsibility.
Programming for this year’s Weltempfang in the digital Frankfurt has Europe and its connections as the main focus.
Penguin Random House launches The Conversation, a hub of content collections ‘to combat racism and end racial inequities’—meant for families, educators, and businesses.
Two Big Five US publishing houses independently announce new directorial appointments focused on workplace diversity and inclusion.
In a straightforward discussion, even the concept of inclusivity was called out for assumptions about diversity.
Set in Lapland during Finland’s postwar recovery, Petra Rautiainen’s ‘Land of Snow and Ashes’ is getting quick rights-sale traction.