The National Coalition Against Censorship calls attention to bills that seek to limit teaching on social justice; Zando has made its first acquisition; romance writers and industry members discuss the evolution of the genre; and other stories.
The critic on how she began writing reviews, how she and the Times staff pick books to cover, and how social media affects her work.
The industry’s best and brightest agents respond directly to readers’ questions in this regular column dating back to 2010.
The PERIPLUS collective aims to democratize writing and publishing by matching emerging BIPOC writers with established authors and publishing professionals for yearlong mentorships.
Three new anthologies including Living Nations, Living Words: An Anthology of First Peoples Poetry and There’s a Revolution Outside, My Love: Letters From a Crisis.
Ten years after its first meeting, Women Who Submit has grown to a global community that continues to empower women and nonbinary writers to seek publication.
An excerpt from Book Wars: The Digital Revolution in Publishing, published in May by Polity.
Author Lara Ehrlich, the host of Writer Mother Monster, shares a selection of the best insights and advice offered on the podcast.
Established in 2004, the indie press strives to treat poetry as a genre with “frontlist potential” while also publishing fiction, nonfiction, and literature in translation from new voices.
Brandon Taylor writes about Black Horror on and off the screen; the New York Times reports on the posthumous publication of Richard Wright’s The Man Who Lived Underground; Mark Athitakis critiques “healing” literature; and other stories.