It looks like Bloomsbury USA has listened to the public at large in regards to the controversy surrounding the cover for Jacyln Dolamore's Magic Under Glass.
From the Bloomsburykids.com website where Magic Under Glass is posted, has a new highlighted piece of information:
"Bloomsbury is ceasing to supply copies of the US edition of Magic Under Glass. The jacket design has caused offense and we apologize for our mistake. Copies of the book with a new jacket design will be available shortly."
Looks like talks of boycotting and the amount of blogs discussing the cover issue has made Bloomsbury USA stand up and take notice.
Now the one question still remains- Will Bloomsbury USA and other publishers be more aware of the covers they create in regards to books with a person of color or just wait until a reader notices another "false advertising" cover and fix it then because of the bad press?
To those who blogged, tweeted and discussed this, stand up and pat yourselves on the back. You deserve it.