HarperCollins is closing its gender pay gap with the median difference reducing from 10.2% to 8.8% in its latest filing.
The Sunday Times Top 100 Crime List has come under fire, after women made up just a third of the listed novels. ... Read more
In a new research project, new books by men were found to receive 12% more broadsheet review coverage than those of their female counterparts.
Vida’s latest survey of gender bias in literary criticism has revealed less than half of publications achieved gender equality, with the New York Review of Books halving... Read more
Scholastic has revealed a median pay gap of 8.45%, less than half of the national average of 18.4%.
Macmillan Publishing International Limited (MPIL) has revealed that it’s median gender pay gap is 34% in favour of women.
HarperCollins has revealed its gender pay gap showing the median difference in salaries between men and women is 10.4% while the mean difference is 16%.... Read more
Sarah Davis-Goff on how Tramp Press is battling book trade gender bias.
The number of children who enjoy reading for pleasure has increased but the gender gap between girls and boys has widened, according to a new... Read more
Penguin Random House’s Ladybird imprint will no longer publish books labelled “for boys” and “for girls”, in response to a campaign by Let Toys Be... Read more