Translator Don Bartlett discusses working with Scandinavian authors as Stian Hole, Jo Nesbø and Karl Ove Knausgaard.
John O’Brien of Dalkey Archive Press talks about Svetlana Alexievich, the Nobel Prize, and publishing her best-known title in the USA, Voices from Chernobyl
A new literature festival in Odessa on the Black Se , featuring Ukrainians and Russians together, underscored the role literature plays in civil discourse.
The 2015 Nobel Prize for Literature has been awarded to Belarusian journalist and author Svetlana Alexievich.
John Pettigrew argues editors, those who turn mediocre books into great ones, are even more important in the digital age of content proliferation.
The Turkish book market offers great opportunities for foreign publishers. Özkan Özdem shares need-to-know information for working with Turkish publishers.
The book blurb is one of the longest-running conventions in publishing and is largely a favor passed among writers and friends. But do they sell books?
Ten-year-old Chinese bookstore chain The Bookworm, founded by two expats, has become a go-to-destination in Asia, having hosted 3,000 touring authors.
Some of the UK’s most famous authors and publishers are donating their earnings from book sales to raise £1m for Syrian refugees.
CompletelyNovel’s ‘Lord of the Book Covers’ competition revealed many indie authors are using the same professional designers as traditional houses.