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A watershed legal case in the 1960s is the backbone of Zoë Playdon‘s investigation into how trans rights have regressed over the past 50 years.
David Whitaker, a former editor of The Bookseller, has passed away. Whitaker died peacefully in his sleep overnight on 4th August.
The stories and perspectives of Native American citizens have been consigned to the margins for centuries; Winter Counts is a response to that Native Americans in the United States remain largely marginalised in popular culture.
Average author earnings in 2018 were £10,497. This doesn’t have a lot to recommend it other than the fact that should it remain at this level, we’ll all be able to earn a further two grand doing other things before we have to pay any tax. Not that it’s likely to – it’s widely reported that it’s going down, which is all the more galling in the context of the UK’s overall publishing turnover, which in 2020 topped £6.4billion. Everyone knows there’s plenty of cash kicking about, it just needs to be more equitably distributed.
Do Books will publish a book on climate change by non-binary eco-activist Tamsin Omond, who is also standing for election as a co-leader of the Green Party.
Independent press And Other Stories has acquired My Father’s Diet, the "sharp-fanged" debut novel from US author and translator Adrian Nathan West.