+-*The Chinese publishing market remains intimidating to the West, but the opportunities for publishers are undeniable, even as Chinese publishers struggle.
+-*BookExpo America 2015 felt like even more of a marketing event with literature firmly pushed aside in favor of pure commerce.
+-*In a year that has had failed to produce a new superstar literary author, old standby Jonathan Franzen took the stage at BEA 2015 to fill the role.
+-*PEN America has issued a report on China’s book market entitled ‘Censorship and Conscience: Foreign Authors and the Challenge of Chinese Censorship.’
+-*Executives from Goodreads, HarperCollins, and Penguin Random House shared book discovery tactics in the age of overload at BEA’s IDPF conference on Tuesday.
+-*Winners of the 2015 Best Translated Book Award, Can Xue for fiction and Rocío Cerón for poetry, were announced at BookExpo America this year.
+-*The Digital Reader reports that due to concerns over ‘rampant commercial piracy,’ Google has closed the Google Play Books Partner Center to new users.
+-*China offers significant opportunities for English-language writers, says a new report produced by Nesta, The Literary Platform and Douban Read.
+-*Quincy McDonald, Publisher at Philadelphia’s F.A. Davis discusses the STM transition from print to digital and adapting to distance education.
+-*A new report from the BIZ Beijing, The Chinese Book Market 2015, provides a thorough understanding of trends in Chinese publishing.