Excerpts from the titles by Eric Nguyen, Lee Lai, Zakiya Dalila Harris, Joss Lake, Pik-Shuen Fung, and the late Anthony Veasna So featured in our annual roundup of the summer’s best debut fiction.
An agent answers questions on obtaining the copyright of a self-published novel and seeking a U.S. publisher from abroad.
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.
Copy editors are adapting to increasing cultural awareness of racial injustice and new approaches to representing identity on the page. How can their work can help or hinder social change?
The PERIPLUS collective aims to democratize writing and publishing by matching emerging BIPOC writers with established authors and publishing professionals for yearlong mentorships.
The author of Martha Moody celebrates the creative freedom of small-scale indie publishing.
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.
In the first installment of a new how-to series on the overlooked minutiae of publishing, the author focuses on how to seek permissions and considers the time and money needed to get them.
The #PublishingPaidMe hashtag highlights anti-Black bias within the publishing industry and opens up the conversation about how editors determine book advances.
A novelist recalls the challenges and rewards of publishing a second novel—twenty-seven years after his debut.