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Bimonthly podcast from Jenn Baker (and guests within the industry) on diversity (or lack thereof) in publishing.
English
United States
89 episodes
since Aug. 27, 2014

LATEST EPISODE

Author Sonya Chung (The Loved Ones, Long for This World) discusses her essay dissecting the issues of gaze and focus in Green Book and the documentary Period: End of Sentence, how she formulated success as a published author, and her experiences publishing with a Big 5 imprint and an indie press. Transcript of this episode can be found on the Episodes tab on the MiP Tumblr. 
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