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As publishing looks to Fall 2022 for its first full season of in-person author events, book launches, and conferences following the physical distancing and closures that marked the first two plus years of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s prescient to think about “equitable, consenting reopening.”
A terrific article from Lauren Stewart at Booknet Canada: www.booknetcanada.ca/blog/2022/9/2/how-can-onix-support-an-equitable-consenting-reopening-of-publishing-events
October 13, 2022
Disabled people are underrepresented in publishing. The American publisher, Lee and Low Books, undertook a Diversity in Publishing in 2019 which found that 11% of respondents identified as having disability. For context, the American disability population is estimated to be closer to 26%, according to the CDC. Read more on Publishers Weekly
July 8, 2022
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