+-*Spanish and Portuguese-language specialists, the Mertin LIterary Agency, took home “International Literary Agent of the Year” prize at the LBF this month.
+-*Romanian publishers are merely ‘surviving’ says the publishers association, and may suffer more if the government imposes a new tax on cultural goods.
+-*Enter to win the Frankfurt Book Fair’s 2015 Wildcard Award, a competition for creative companies to win a free, 8-square-meter stand at the world’s largest book fair
+-*LéaLA, the Spanish-language Book Fair of Los Angeles, taking place May 15-17, has added a professional day and will feature more than 100 authors.
+-*Abenea Ndago lookes at the persistent war between authors and their publishers in Kenya, where frustration is overflowing.
+-*Roger Tagholm considers whether authors pulling out of the PEN ceremony honoring Charlie Hebdo was the appropriate reaction.
+-*Academic researchers and publishers face growing pressure to publish in English but there are challenges in translating work and finding a suitable outlet.
+-*This is the part three of our series about how Venezuelan publishers are surviving amid fierce challenges. Today, we consider a trio of scrappy publishers.
+-*Tolino, a German alliance of booksellers, launched a self-publishing platform, Tolino Media, which has already attracted notable, self-published authors in Germany.
+-*The city of Incheon and the Frankfurt Book Fair will organize the Incheon EduContent Fair on November 12-15, 2015, to focus on education in Asia