The Bogotá International Book Fair was a high-energy affair, which featured Brazil as guest of honor. It attracted 415,000 visitors and generated $20m in sales.
Sharjah’s Children’s Festival drew together Arabic and foreign publishers for cultural exchanges; now annual, it aims to become the Bologna of the Middle East.
The trade in rights at the Buenos Aires Book Fair is growing and is now being supported by a new web site, Books in Argentina, aimed at increasing transactions.
Surveying Malaysia’s booming book market finds award-winning multicultural publishers, growing readership, a hot rights scene, and innovative digital projects.
The Abu Dhabi Book Fair next week will showcase several Arabic digital publishing startups, including Qordoba Books, but there’s still unfulfilled potential.
Our review of O’Reilly’s Tools of Change conference at the Bologna Children’s Book Fair finds insight for an industry coming to terms with digital publishing.
After being cancelled last year, the Cairo International Book Fair is back, with Tunisia, the country that sparked the Arab Spring, as guest of honor.
The Abu Dhabi Book Fair is hosting an International Collective Stand and offers great opportunities to US and overseas publishers, registration ends January 20.
The Guadalajara International Book Fair is in full swing and is showcasing Germany as Guest of Honor, as well as new programs covering digitization and translation.
If you’re attending FIL, the Feria Internacional del Libro de Guadalajara, let us know the highlights for you so far and we’ll share them with the world.