The Guadalajara International Book Fair, this November 24 to December 2, offers a myriad of opportunities for fun and professional deal-making.
Spain’s LIBER publishing trade show opened this week in Barcelona, where changes reflect new economic and digital realities, and a focus on professionalization.
The Guadalajara International Book Fair (FIL) will host Israel as Guest of Honor in 2013, providing a platform for Israeli writers to be better known in the region.
Though China, like the rest of the world, faces concerns over digitization, the publishing market is expanding.
In South Africa 70% of the titles come from the US and Europe, so priority during Book Week is on promoting books and reading from South Africa’s own.
Frankfurt’s StoryDrive is bringing together agents, publishers, film & TV producers, financiers, and games developers to talk shop and, hopefully, sign deals.
The latest issue of PulbishNews Brazil from PP offers a recap of Amazon VP Russ Grandinetti’s comments on Brazil, coverage of the São Paulo Biennale, and more.
Chinese publishing is on a roll with 370,000 titles published in 2011, up 12.5%, with 48 selling 1m+ copies. Total revenue hit $229 bn, up 18%.
This July’s Buenos Aires Children’s and YA Book Fair has recovered some of its past splendor but it still lacks a digital program.
The Independent Publishers’ Fair brings together 65 small, culturally significant publishing houses for a three-week-long event in Mexico City.