Chinese author Mo Yan has won the Nobel prize for literature. His forthcoming book, Pow, is published by Seagull Books in India.
In our show daily for the second day of the Frankfurt Book Fair, Publishing Perspectives offers a glimpse into the global e-book market from retailers, publishers and experts. Download the issue here.
After 20 years in the business, Barcelona-based Pontas Agency has found success with international authors, including bestseller Jonas Jonasson.
Lynette Owen of Pearson Education speaks at the Frankfurt Book Fair about best practices in selling rights.
Download our Frankfurt Show Daily for Wednesday, 10 October 2012 – hot off the press!
Berlin-based company txtr officially launches its lightweight e-reading device for Frankfurt Book Fair attendees.
As part of an initiative to support European culture, the EU Prize for Literature awards 12 authors with 5,000 euros and a chance to receive translation funding.
Publishing start-up Coliloquy offers a ‘choose-your-own-adventure model for the data tracking age,’ with books made up of pathways that lead to divergent plots.
This issue features news about Brazil’s #9 spot on the annual ranking of the global publishing industry (included here) and Brazilian events at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
Read the narrative that came out of Publishers Launch Frankfurt today, 140 characters at a time.