Despite the availability of new technology, a new report from Information Media finds that publishers may be locked into legacy publishing software systems for financial reasons.
After receiving a cease-and-desist letter from Donald Trump’s personal attorneys to stop publication of Michael Wolff’s book, American publisher Henry Holt instead moved up the release of ‘Fire and Fury’ to Friday.
Teos publisher Nina Paavolainen says she’s optimistic about seeing Finland’s literature find more international traction in 2018, with help in part from the Helsinki Literary Agency.
‘Reform measures are anticipated over the course of the next year,’ says a statement from Ottawa, ‘to enable creators to get paid properly.’ Canada’s House of Commons has opened its review of the controversial 2012 Copyright Modernization Act.
A couple of auspicious debuts are included in our latest rights update, as well as historical fiction, a children’s entry, serial work and noir.
What will kids be reading in 2018? Scholastic editors issue five predictions about what children’s book trends will be popular and successful next year.
Only 14 of 205 respondents to an unprecedented Authors Guild survey said that 100 percent of their income is from translation and related activities.
If the graphic novel has come of age, that didn’t slow down the debate around this genre’s search for its place in publishing at Guadalajara.
Furthering its mission to bring African writing to more readers, Berlin-based InterKontinental Literary Agency is organizing a literary festival of African writing in April.
With 2017 now so old it almost creaks, Copyright Clearance Center’s ‘Beyond the Book’ podcast series lines up points of interest in the year now ending.