Kenneth Andersen’s The Great Devil War series has sold more than 130,000 in Denmark, but has yet to reach English audiences laments translator K.E. Semmel.
In Greece, publishers have stopped printing and bookstore sales have dropped of as much as 90% since new capital controls went into effect in June.
Who knew academics were so active on social media? International nonfiction and philosophy publishers discuss that and other topics in a series of meetings.
Panos Charitos discusses how the convergence of science, the arts, history and a deep crisis led to the launch of Ropi Publications in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Frankfurt Book Fair director Juergen Boos spends much of the year traveling to ensure that the best of global publishing is represented at the Fair in October.
Ken Follett discusses how his novel, Pillars of the Earth, is being turned into a video game by German publisher Bastei Luebbe and Daedalic Entertainment.
The film of John Green’s bestseller, The Fault in Our Stars, has turned a bench in Amsterdam into pilgrimage site for young adult fans of the book.
Under the leadership of Olivier Chaudenson, Maison de la Poésie been revived as a central hub for literary life in the city of Paris.
For generations, the story of the Greek Jews during the Holocaust was never told, but more recently willing publishers have tackled this important task.
In Madrid, several top ebook distributors meet to discuss mutual challenges in book publishing and the possibility of a common European digital market.