Millions of Americans love books, which is why book sales are growing each year. Front Edge Publishing offers a wide array of great choices for gift giving. In this column, Editor David Crumm highlights books in a handful of categories—and invites readers to explore our entire bookstore.
Front Edge Publishing Editor David Crumm reports on three examples of our authors who are actively engaged in national conversations about compassionate concern for our neighbors. He also provides a link to our guide to developing and sharing “media mentions.”
David Crumm reports on what is becoming an annual year-end crisis of capacity in the publishing industry. The shortages are caused by major disruptions in publishing, including the good news that books are more popular than ever. At the same time, paper producers are shifting toward making the cardboard boxes that deliver those books to our homes.
Editor David Crumm reports on the start of the centennial year marking the adoption of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, extending voting rights to women. Media companies are making big plans. David suggests ways writers can contribute to this year of reflection on women’s rights.
To combat a rising tide of racism, the Michigan State University School of Journalism’s Bias Busters program is releasing a library of 11 different volumes in its series on racial, cultural and religious diversity. In these books, they say: “We answer the questions everybody is asking, but nobody is answering.” This column also includes a 1-page downloadable flyer about this new Cultural Competence Library.