Welcome back, dear readers. This week’s roundup of bookish web content includes a new initiative from We Need Diverse Books, an explanation of correcting books post publication, a look at how literary cartoons are created, and a blog on point of view. Launch of Black Creatives Fund We Need Diverse Books and Penguin Random House have partnering on a series of programs meant to help get books by Black authors published. Dhonielle Clayton will oversee the Black Creators Fund, wh
Welcome back, dear readers. This week I have for you some library memories, some Black History Month resources, some advice for keeping track of characters, and some top novelists on how to write a novel. Library Memories Libraries are currently closed in my city as part of lockdown measure, so coming across this collection of cherished library memories was a welcome reminder of what libraries mean to their patrons. Check them out and maybe you’ll be reminded of your own libr
Hello and welcome to Around the Web, our weekly roundup of bookish internet content. This week, we have some valuable writing resources, a look at the history of book prices, a list of publishing’s most influential gatekeepers, and a video on book restoration. Hope you enjoy! Writing Resources: DVcon Some of you might be familiar with the Twitter pitch event #DVPit. Well, recently #DVPit ran DVcon, a virtual writers conference for self-identifying marginalized book creators.