Meredith to publish first female-led book in history

Meredith Press will publish the first woman-led novel in its nearly two decades of publishing history, the publisher announced Wednesday.

The debut of “Meredith: The Story of Our Own Story” is the culmination of a decade of research, development and design that has helped the company understand how to be a better publisher and the person behind a book.

It was a natural choice to collaborate with the author, Julie Boudreau, who is also a contributing editor at The New York Times Book Review.

Meredith has been publishing books by and for women since the early 1990s, but the publishing industry’s current diversity problem has put a spotlight on the industry, said Meredith’s president, Mark T. Miller.

The publisher will release the first book in its 100-year history this fall.

It’s titled “Meadow,” a tale of a young woman living in a small town in New Hampshire and struggling with the challenges of growing up as a woman.

It was written by Boudares daughter, Julie.

The first novel, a collection of her poetry and essays, will be published by Meredith in 2018, Miller said.

Miller said the goal is to publish the book as a single volume.

The first volume will be about six thousand words, and the next book will be more than twice that.

The books will have a combined total of about 2,000 pages, he said.

A collection of poetry, essays, memoirs and fiction is also planned for the first volume.

Boudreau said Meredith is looking for writers and editors who are passionate about the literary experience.

The company has several talented female writers on staff, including writer and editor Julie Darnell, who will co-write the book with Boudaares.

It also has a small but growing female staff of writers, Miller added.

Meredith said its publishing history has been marked by “an amazing community of talented and dedicated people.”

The company published more than 500 books in 2016, and has published more this year than in the past two years, Miller noted.

It has published over 1,100 titles and published over 10 million books.

Meadows book is not a memoir, but a work of fiction that explores the life of a woman living with gender dysphoria.

She says the book is “an important chapter in the journey to understand and recognize that people are born with gender identity and gender expression,” but are not defined by their anatomy or their physical appearance.

The book is being published by a publishing house that will be the only one that has a women-owned imprint, Miller explained.

Meredith’s co-founder, Elizabeth K. Johnson, said she and her co-author, Susanne Riedel, have always been “truly thrilled” to collaborate on a book about gender dysphoric people.

The novel is a reflection of the experience of gender dysphorias people who have undergone gender reassignment surgery, said Boudarre, who lives in Boston.

The book is also an exploration of the “gender binary,” she said.

Moody’s announcement came in the aftermath of a wave of criticism directed at the industry’s lack of diversity, with prominent critics including Amy Chua, president of the NAACP, and author Julia Serano saying in recent months that the publishing community is out of step with the changing times.

In recent months, a number of prominent critics have also said the publishing world has failed to take the time to address the needs of people who live with gender issues.

The recent wave of complaints led to a major effort to overhaul the industry.

The National Endowment for the Arts awarded Meredith with a $100,000 grant to develop its “Gender Spectrum Guidebook,” which would provide more information and tools to help those who identify as gender nonconforming and people with gender identities at risk of suicide.

The guidebook, which will be available on the company’s website for free, will help guide writers, editors, and booksellers on how to navigate the publishing process, Boudabres said.

It will also offer tips on navigating the legal landscape.

The new book will come at a time when many people are dealing with the stigma of being a woman in a predominantly male world, said Julie Boutreau, Meredith’s publisher.

But the industry has also been working to make sure that women are represented in the publishing market, she added.