Tagged: diversity

A way to go

YA author Robin Talley on how LGBT publishing has progressed in recent years and how far it still has to go. Read more

Welcome to…

Philip Jones argues that the publishing industry needs to figure out what it can learn from recent political upheaval. Read more

Young, BAME, and chasing the 'alternative route into publishing' dream

Marianne Tatepo on the path to publishing for people from ethnically diverse backgrounds. Read more

Why set up a prize for writers of colour?

Sunny Singh, chair of judges of The Jhalak Prize for the Book of the Year by a Writer of Colour, on why the prize needs... Read more

A call for more diverse submissions to the YA Book Prize

Charlotte Eyre talks about diversity in YA fiction, and the desire to have a diverse YA Book Prize shortlist. Read more

Why World Book Night 2016 wasn't able to include BAME authors

World Book Night project manager Rose Goddard says the event should be home to diverse books by authors from all walks of life. Read more

The state of publishing in Britain

In an extract of an article by novelist Kerry Hudson, commissioned by Writers’ Centre Norwich for The National Conversation, the Scottish author explores the state... Read more

Reflecting on Women in Publishing

I have been reflecting on Women in Publishing (WiP), which was established in 1979, having completed two sets of interviews with Sarah O’Reilly at the... Read more

Pastures new

I was recently struck by these words in a picture book: “In some families everyone has a job… and some just can’t get a job... Read more

Centuries apart

This week we publish The Bookseller’s annual listing of the 100 most influential people in the book business. It is our moment to... Read more

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