The goal: hear from diverse writers of commercial fiction.
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Editors and authors agree it’s okay to write outside your lived experience, as long as you do your homework.
A new organization run by and for disabled publishing professionals is set to launch on July 22 at 8 PM Eastern with a virtual town hall.
Redlining Culture, just released from Columbia University Press, is generating buzz and conversation in traditional publishing circles.
A report from PEN America on the lack of diversity in children’s literature underscores soft censorship and the imagination gap.
Links of interest for August 24, 2016, including: how to write your book description, diversity efforts, Amazon publishing.
Sisters in Crime mystery writers’ support group looks in the mirror and shows the membership to be even whiter than might have been expected.
Links of interest to publishing industry news stories and Harlequin and Random House announce new imprints.
Questions of diversity in romance came into play last year at RWA’s conference, and the Nielsen program is designed to tackle them.