The fourth annual diversity survey of British publishing shows progress in women’s leadership, slower movement in BAME employment.
This digital literary festival’s February 25 to 28 dates reflect Georgia’s annexation by and independence from the Soviet Union.
Women ‘are routinely overlooked for awards,’ says Melinda Gates as she backs the forthcoming Carol Shields Prize for Fiction.
This week, Bodour Al Qasimi begins her term as the second woman president of the International Publishers Association in more than 50 years.
Book club and literary community Rebel Women Lit aims to ‘showcase the amazing range’ of Caribbean literature with the newly launched Caribbean Readers’ Awards.
The Nigerian-American author won the Orange Prize in 2007 and her novel ‘Half of a Yellow Sun’ was voted best of the Women’s Prize’s 25 years.
The Aspen Words Literary Prize is focused on authors whose work deals in cultural relevance and contemporary conditions.
Vowing to address its own workforce demographics, Penguin Random House releases a Global Social Impact site on corporate responsibility.
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.