Education, Skills and Learning

15 young, black female authors who are changing publishing

3 in 4 people working for the publishing industry identify as white. Image: REUTERS/Danny Moloshok - HP1EG2N04AYGH

Zoë Ettinger

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Helen Oyeyemi
Helen Oyeyemi Image: British Council
Elaine Welteroth.
Elaine Welteroth. Image: REUTERS/Danny Moloshok
Nandi Taylor.
Nandi Taylor. Image: Wattpad
Daven McQueen
Daven McQueen Image: Sched - WattCon 2018
Yaa Gyasi
Yaa Gyasi Image: Penguin Random House
Tomi Adeyemi
Tomi Adeyemi Image: gal-dem.com
Zinzi Clemmons
Zinzi Clemmons Image: Moad
Akilah Hughes
Akilah Hughes Image: Ew.com
Glory Edim
Glory Edim Image: Shondaland
Angie Thomas
Angie Thomas Image: The Oprah Magazine
Angel Hilson
Angel Hilson Image: Wattpad
Kiley Reid
Kiley Reid Image: The Guardian
Reni Eddo-Lodge
Reni Eddo-Lodge Image: You Must Create
Nafissa Thompson-Spires
Nafissa Thompson-Spires Image: Roberto Ricciuti/Getty Images
Phoebe Robinson
Phoebe Robinson Image: Elle
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