Swedish children’s book publisher Olika Förlag has a decade-long history of promoting diversity, challenging gender stereotypes, and winning awards for their work.
The London Book Fair’s International Excellence Awards has added a Rights Professional of the Year category. Winners will be announced in March 2017.
The French Embassy’s Albertine literary outreach program recommends this year’s top literary books from France for all the Francophiles on your gift list.
The London Book Fair’s Quantum Conference and Nielsen’s BookInsights merge, while the Authors Guild and Media Coalition get together on freedom of speech.
Citing a market value estimated at €36 billion to €38 billion, the European book publishing statistics report from FEP counts 575,000 titles published.
In three of Cambridge University Press’ journals, Overleaf arrangement offers authoring tools. And eight awards are part of the FutureBook Conference.
Speakers at the 2016 FutureBook Conference in London emphasized putting disruptive technology to work for book publishers and readers, not fearing it.
As rights and licensing appear to offer the world publishing industry more and more potential in terms of revenue, the new Diversity Report 2016 explores what works.
In the UK, the PA opens its ‘Textbook Challenge’ to the educational community, while in the States, PRH backs its people’s PEN memberships.
Mexico’s Base tres consultancy connects book professionals within Latin America and from outside the region, helping them understand this evolving market.