About diversity

Wondering about diversity and what it really means.

What means for us authors.

Explore. Build our own community. Find alternatives. Because publishing isn’t going to change overnight.



1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Lisa M. Collins
    Jun 15, 2015 @ 16:12:25

    I am not what anyone would consider a poster child for diversity. Why, because I’m an white non-hispanic. But my stories do not center around a monoculture of blonde-blue eyed-Barbie types. My characters run the full gamut of class, culture, religion, and ethnicity. I want my stories to represent the world around me. A world full of vibrant people who cannot be pegged down to stereotypes. However, I feel that as soon as people see a picture of me or know I am white American that my voice is lost. I want diverse books too.


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