A Conversation with Lee and Low Books • Worlds of WordsLow, I thank you for joining us today. Would you say that that statement still apply today? JL: Thanks, Nathalie, for having me. Even though the statistics do not show an increase in output by publishers, my impression is that a substantial demand for diverse books exists, but it will require greater effort on our part to make people aware of our mission and our books. I know this from the emails we receive and the people we meet at conferences.
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As far as the state of independent publishing, who knows what this industry will even look like ten years from now? Sign up for our free e-magazine and we will send you reviews of booms seeking short stories, and boo. Lots of wonderful information.
It was such a leap from anything I had read before. I do think that if more diverse books got buzz or were published. Q: Has the original mission or vision for your publishing company changed over the years. Le Guin, and Malinda Lo.
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Learn, Grow, Improve: Progressive Publishers Doing Cool Things is a monthly feature at The Book Smugglers, in which we spotlight new ventures, content creators and publishers that are doing awesome things — awesome, defined as something smart, admirable, and most importantly, progressive. There are plenty of new publishers that working to increase literacy, to raise money for charities across the globe, and who are redefining our concept of reading and of the book itself. We publish picture books, middle grade, and YA, of all different genres— nonfiction, fiction, even science fiction and fantasy. The main difference between us and most other publishers is this: nearly all of our books feature main characters of color. Back then, books for children that depicted characters of color were extremely limited, and the few books out there tended to portray diverse cultures one-dimensionally, more or less as a collection of folktales and civil rights stories. That was two decades ago.
Both awards offer the winner a cash prize and a publication contract. I know this from the emails we receive and the people we meet at conferences. Le Guin, and Malinda Lo. What does Europe want.
Published by NJ. Learn, Improve: Progressive Publishers Doing Cool Things is a monthly feature at The Bo. We make a special effort to work with writers and artists of color and to encourage new voices. When I joined the company thirteen years ago our attention was split publoshing the educational market and the consumer bookstore trade market.