Although translated books dominate Turkish book sales, a growing audience of readers in Turkey means small publishers still have a chance to compete.
Helen Sun, CEO of Beijing Ingenta Digital Publishing Technology, shares her best practices for launching a joint venture publishing partnership in China.
Literary agent Carmen Balcells was a ground-breaking entrepreneur and much admired. Now the question is, after her death, where will her authors turn?
Mexico’s publishing industry has great potential, but the lack of organized government is a persistent problem, argues Déborah Holtz of Trilce Ediciones.
PP Editor-in-Chief Edward Nawotka’s idiosyncratic list of 9 tips to help you make your time at the 2015 Frankfurt Book Fair even more memorable.
After tons of rare books from Silpakorn University Central Library were mistakenly sold to a Bangkok used book shop for recycling, collectors swarmed.
Eduardo Rabasa of Mexico’s Editorial Sexto Piso argues an audience for quality publishing in Mexico exists and cites his own press and others as evidence.
Thomas Nung Atasana, Indonesia’s leading literary agent, argues that the archipelago’s authors and publishers deserve international attention.
The Guadalajara Book Fair’s Rights Center, which offers 125 tables, is sold out, further proof of Mexico’s growth as a center for Spanish rights activity.
Zeng Yi of China Children’s Press & Publication Group notes China has largely only sold book rights regionally and craves more US/European interest.