Penguin Random House CEO Nihar Malaviya talks of ‘an environment where all employees are empowered to grow’ in PRH’s first DEI report.
Bibi Bakare-Yusuf’s new nonfiction award for Black women writers offers a contract and advance to the author of an unpublished manuscript.
The international network of women in publishing, PublisHer, has its first gathering in Rio during this month’s 21st Bienal do Livro.
The second cycle of the biennial BücherFrauen-Literaturpreis – Book Women Prize – will name a winner during Frankfurter Buchmesse.
PublisHer’s Bodour Al Qasimi leads the opening of a Korean chapter in Seoul, advancing women ‘without having to change who we are.’
The American author Barbara Kingsolver has become the only writer to win the United Kingdom’s Women’s Prize for Fiction twice.
Formerly at Wiley and its US$500 million subscription business, Terri Teleen becomes president of Emerald’s North American division.
The Women’s Prize 2023 shortlisted books are called by the jury ‘ambitious, diverse, thoughtful, hard-hitting and emotionally engaging.’
A ‘Miss Pergamon’ contest, Bloomsbury, and ‘prominent roles taken by women,’ in this excerpt from Richard Charkin’s forthcoming memoir.
The new PublisHer pavilion at Bologna International Book Fair co-hosts an International Women’s Day breakfast with Kids Can Press.