The Good Immigrant is a crowd-funded collection of essays on race and migration in the UK featuring contributions from Riz Ahmed, Bim Adewunmi, Salena Godden and more. Here, its editor Nikesh Shukla on the creation of the book and bringing change to the publishing industry.
The Good Immigrant: Nikesh Shukla, Eva Hoffman, Vahni Capildeo and Mike Phillips discuss what it means to be an immigrant in the UK today. Chaired by Razia Iqbal. The British Library, Tuesday 22 November 2016, 7pm.
Read about and buy The Good Immigrant on Unbound here.
Seeing in colour: a series of essays written by people of colour working in the publishing industry for the Bookseller.
The inaugural Jhalak Prize for book of the year by a writer of colour is open for submissions from publishers until 15 December 2016. Find out more and apply here.