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The brain child of publishing professional Jenn Baker, MiP is a podcast discussing diversity (or lack thereof) in the book publishing industry with other professionals working in-house as well as authors and those in the literary scene.
Melanin in YA LLC was created as a resource for all things Black in traditional Young Adult publishing. The mission for Melanin in YA is to provide a hub of information to amplify and invest in Black voices, making this a no excuses database in the YA space.
An online community that offers support and opportunities.
Provides information about BIPOC writers as well as industry professionals to help make connections and increase awareness of the BIPOC literary community.
A network of book professionals committed to supporting and increasing the number of Latine/x in the publishing industry, as well as promoting literature by, for, and about Latine/x people.
The Asian American Writers’ Workshop (AAWW) is devoted to creating, publishing, developing and disseminating creative writing by Asian Americans, and to providing an alternative literary arts space at the intersection of migration, race, and social justice.
Maria C. Ferrer and The Latina Book Club are on a quest to promote Latino / Latinx authors and literacy. We want to broaden our minds and corazones, and embrace our culture.
Our goal is to provide as much information as possible about children's book publishing. Included in this section are helpful articles written by editors, children’s literature experts, authors, illustrators, reviewers, and the LEE & LOW staff.
The essential guide to conscious language.
The latest news, observations, and style guides—all in one place.
Jane reports on the book publishing industry and helps authors understand the business.