An in-depth look into whether the number of poets represented by literary agents is on the rise, and how agents help poets achieve their career goals.
Big Five and indie book publishers have recently increased entry-level salaries. Will it make the industry more accessible to BIPOC professionals?
The author of the novel Goodnight Stranger reflects on her writing career and the cultural myths about success, youth, and appearance that women writers must navigate.
A message to self-proclaimed allies: Actions speak louder than words.
The author of This Is One Way to Dance resists genre limitations and seeks her own unique form.
The University of Cincinnati Press imprint publishes books of poetry and fiction that continue the successes of its affiliated literary journal, the Cincinnati Review.
In the latest installment of a yearlong series on publishing professionals, four book marketers explain how they use advertising, social media, and other platforms to boost awareness about their titles.
An in-depth look at book publishing as seen through the eyes of five literary agents.
Eight publishers and literary entrepreneurs—Fiona McCrae of Graywolf Press, Jamia Wilson of Feminist Press, Molly Barton of Serial Box, Jennifer 8. Lee of Plympton, and others—on adapting to economic and technological changes.
Ben George, a senior editor at Little, Brown who works with some of the biggest names in literary fiction and nonfiction, talks about the author-editor relationship, the plight of the midlist writer, and the art of revision.