‘Publishers take on the same risks as writers,’ and the IPA’s Prix Voltaire is open for 2017 nominations—which so far have an Asian concentration.
With an application deadline of April 30, Frankfurt’s Fellows will bring together an international cohort of publishers, editors, and rights specialists.
‘Selling and managing rights is at the heart of our business,’ says Gill Coleridge on conferring the first Deborah Rogers Foundation Bursary Award to Sam Coates in London.
Citing ‘education and research for everyone and by everyone,’ Cambridge University Press’ leadership offers pertinent readings for International Women’s Day.
With Frankfurt’s agents and scouts center an early sell-out, the fair recommends quick bookings in the Publishers Rights Corner, scheduled for October 10.
Called Type & Tell, Bonnier’s new self-publishing platform has been quietly tested in Sweden. Its English edition launches during London Book Fair.
‘Myriad characters fighting fate in their own way,” says YZ Chin, are featured in her story collection honored by Feminist Press and TAYO Literary Magazine.
‘I needed somebody who could publish a work of this magnitude,’ says Cornwell of her new nonfiction work from Amazon Publishing. Her UK tour starts today.
In an effort to combat counterfeit print textbooks, distributors partner with publishers on a protocol of inspection and alerts.
Thirty years and 120 festivals after being established, the Hay network adds new programming in observance of its three decades of international events.