Roxane Gay tells ABA 'books more important than ever'

Roxane Gay tells ABA 'books more important than ever'

Books and bookstores will be more important than ever in the current climate, US feminist writer Roxane Gay told the American Booksellers Association's 12th Winter Institute in Minneapolis, in an opening keynote on Saturday (28th January).

When scheduling the winter gathering, the ABA wasn’t to know just how topical the invitation to Roxane Gay to give the keynote would be. Only a few days earlier the outspoken author made headlines when pulling her upcoming book How to be Heard from Simon & Schuster in protest against the planned publication of a book by controversial Breitbart Tech edito...

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