David Crumm reports on three pioneering authors who write about the experience of racism through the lens of racially blended families. Millions of Americans live with racial diversity in their own homes—and more are joining them each year.
The idea of a Muslim author launching his book at synagogues is an unheard-of example of crossing boundaries to make new friends. Or, as we describe such friendships at our publishing house: Allies and angels build healthier communities through sharing the great stories found in books. This column by David Crumm tells how Muslim peace activist Victor Begg is crossing those boundaries this spring.
Editor David Crumm writes about the power in the community that surrounds a good book. We take seriously these principles in talking with authors about book proposals. It’s true: “Great books welcome readers into worlds they hope to see.”
Front Edge Publishing Editor David Crumm reports on the latest sales trends, which show print books continuing to grow in popularity on the strength of nonfiction. In particular, books on religion continue to be a strong segment of the market. E-books remain a small but important segment of sales, each year.
A person can learn a lot from just one question. Imagine what 1,000 questions can teach. Students in a Michigan State University journalism class called Bias Busters have now asked — and answered – 1,000 questions. These have become 10 guides in a series designed to increase cultural competence. Titles include 100 Questions About Hispanics […]