9 Publishers Who Promote Diversity And Uplift Writers Of Color

We all know that getting published is difficult, but it’s even more so for writers of color, who often have to turn to independent publishers instead of bigger, traditional presses for a variety of reasons. Having less access to resources and industry connections, and being expected to write certain kinds of stories are only a few of the obstacles writers from marginalized backgrounds may face.

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Interview: Zetta Elliott, Author Of “A Wish After Midnight”

Last week, I finished reading Zetta Elliott’s A Wish After Midnight, a fantastic work of YA speculative fiction that is a must-read for fans of time travel and historical fiction. I will have a review up on Wednesday, so stay tuned!

Today, I am interviewing Zetta Elliott in preparation for the review because she’s brilliant and I want you all to get to know her. She is an award-winning scholar of children’s literature and has been a Black Studies professor for almost a decade. She has a deep-rooted passion for writing representative literature that is admirable and infectious.

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