Book Expo Leadership Roundtable talks audio and diversity

Book Expo Leadership Roundtable talks audio and diversity

Women dominated the opening Leadership Roundtable at Book Expo as the panel suggested audio is no longer a competitive format and called for greater diversity in publishing. 

The unusual roundtable featured just one c.e.o. – Sourcebooks founder Dominique Raccah, who recently made headlines by selling a 45% stake to PRH; - with Hachette Audio v-p/associate publisher Kim Sayle, and multiple award-winning author Jacqueline Woodson, who writes prose and poetry for children, YAs, and adults making up the panel to discuss “storytelling”. 

But storytelling, as it turned out, could encompass many...

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