Minorities in Publishing

Hosted ByJenn Baker

Bimonthly podcast from publishing professionals Bev Rivero & Jenn Baker, and other industry insiders, on diversity (or lack thereof) in the industry.


All Episodes

Episode 87: Elizabeth Acevedo & Meg Medina (Creative Conversation)

The live recording of the March 2018 Creative Conversation between award-winning authors Elizabeth Acevedo and Meg Medina at I, Too Arts.

Episode 86: Interview with Radix Media

Lantz Arroyo and Sarah Lopez discuss being part of a worker cooperative printer/publisher at Radix Media in Brooklyn.

Episode 85: Live Recording at TechForum with Jael Richardson

BookNet Canada’s annual TechForum conference served as the venue for this live conversation with FOLD founder and author, Jael Richardson

Episode 84: Creative Conversation with Carole Boston Weatherford & Frank Morrison

Live recording of the January 10, 2019 Creative Conversation between Carole Boston Weatherford and Frank Morrison.

Episode 83: Interview with Jerry Craft

Graphic novelist Jerry Craft discusses his new middle grade book NEW KID and the necessity to see humor in Black portrayals in books.

Episode 82: Interview with Imani Josey

Independent author Imani Josey speaks on self-publishing, how pageantry prepared her for the work of publishing, and branding.

Episode 81: Interview with Bria Kiara

Bria Kiara, creator of Day Dreamers Magazine spoke about the process of creating one’s own literary magazine & establishing your vision.

Episode 80: Interview with Dawn Quigley

Author & Professor Dawn Quigley talks about her new book & Native identities in children’s literature.

Episode 79: Interview with SJ Sindu

Author SJ Sindu discusses her novel “Marriage of A Thousand Lies,” intersectional narratives, and starting from scratch.

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