‘Publishing drives political accountability,’ the Association of American Publishers’ Maria A. Pallante says in her address.
Three speakers were heard on issues of racial and social justice, monopoly power, and the evolution of very big tech in book retail.
Amy Klobuchar is the first woman to have been elected to the US Senate from Minnesota. Her new book ‘Antitrust’ was released in April.
Again, Simon & Schuster’s zeal for expanding its strong political books list in nonfiction finds the Big Five house under fire.
The UK’s Translators Association issues a statement on debates about who should translate whom–and ‘institutional barriers.’
‘Do we practice what we publish?’ is the key question in the Association of University Presses’ new look at workforce diversity.
The new partnership between two universities, Howard and Columbia, is another example of a diversity-driven program in publishing.
Three winning university students and three instructors are honored by a new Black Stories program from Macmillan Learning.
Three essays at ‘Words Without Borders’ this month look at issues of Black writers’ work and its prospects for translation.
Vowing to address its own workforce demographics, Penguin Random House releases a Global Social Impact site on corporate responsibility.