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In this week’s edition: An online bookstore highlighting the works of LGBTQIA+ authors, book accessibility in a Texas women’s prison, a new publishing venture, and more.

Author T L Swan Launches Publishing Venture, Keeperton
Publishers Weekly
Keeperton, launching in August, plans to “close the gap between digital and traditional publishing” with a focus on ten different titles in its first year.

Spotify Expands Its Premium Audiobooks Offer: Canada, Ireland, New Zealand
Publishing Perspective
Spotify will begin offering audiobook plans in Canada, Ireland, and New Zealand on April 9th.

The Lavender Rhino, a New LGBTQ Indie Bookstore, Launches Online
Publishers Weekly
Officially launching on April 6, a new online independent bookstore will highlight the works of LGBTQIA+ authors.

How Texas Prisons Regulate Women’s Knowledge Behind Bars
Literary Hub
Incarcerated journalist Kwaneta Harris details book bans and the inaccessibility of reading materials in prisons.

Banned books make up the sophomore English curriculum at this NYC high school
A high school in the borough of Queens is emphasizing banned books in order to help students feel “seen” and “empowered.”