Does American Publishing Have Too Much Influence on Global Book Culture?

In Discussion, Resources by Edward Nawotka

*+-By Edward Nawotka Today’s lead story features comments by Argentine-born Canadian writer, translator, and editor Alberto Manguel, who proclaimed at the recent Berlin International Literature Festival that “The [American] publishing industry has become, in the past 10–15 years, one of the worst and most dangerous things that has happened to the works of art and literature.” Manguel is known, amongst other …

Berlin’s International Literary Fest Provides a Showcase for World Lit, Politics of Publishing

In Editorial by Amanda DeMarco

*+-• All eyes may be turned to Frankfurt, but Germany’s capital Berlin just wrapped up its own popular literary festival with 279 authors from 63 countries appeared at 232 events. • At the Festival author Alberto Manguel called American publishing “one of the worst and most dangerous things that has happened to the works of art and literature.” By Amanda …