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In the United Kingdom, national lottery money is being used to support a diversity initiative in the publishing industry. Writer’s Relief noticed an article in The Guardian that states:
A new literary agency, which aims to discover “the next generation of diverse writers” and “blow open the pipeline” for them, is being launched by the editor of The Good Immigrant, Nikesh Shukla, with more than £500,000 in funding from Arts Council England (ACE).
Read more about this publishing diversity initiative.