Continuing an extended conversation on race, publishing, writing, Laura Atkins speaks to Zetta Elliott.
Segbookgation? More on Galleycat. Bernice McFadden raises the question of whose voice is perceived to carry credibility. It's sort of like calling a certain kind of story a "Cinderella" story. Just by employing that label we place the European tale at the center of the discussion and all the others become, well, others.
On PaperTigers, an interview with Maya Ajmera of the Global Fund for Children, and a call for more books by writers of color.
Katia Novet Saint-Lot writes about the beauty of weaving together the strands of many religious traditions and beliefs. Love the notion of Ganesha at the Nativity scene!