One literary agent’s story at this fourth iteration of the international conference was about selling 2,000 English-language titles into the Chinese market. Going the other direction? Not so easy.
With a new StoryDrive Asia event coming to Singapore, Beijing’s fourth annual iteration revved the potential gains that develop when content industries fuel each others’ expertise.
There’s still time to nominate young professionals from the Chinese publishing world for Frankfurt Book Fair’s BIZ Beijing and China Publishers showcase: the Young Stars Award.
‘Online literature is an important topic for this year’s conference,’ says Frankfurt Book Fair’s Juergen Boos, as his team prepares to participate in the fourth annual doing of StoryDrive China.
The 2016 Shanghai Children’s Book Fair is issuing calls for applications to its Visiting International Publishers program, children’s illustrated books awards and more.
France, Australia, US, China, Sudan, Brazil, Poland, New Zealand and more factor into the honors: New Bookstore of the Year category a popular favorite.
Some research indicates that only about a quarter of readers in China pay for online content. News Agency Xinhua reports on the problem.
Dichotomies of local and global, major and modest, resonated throughout the International Publishers Association’s 31st Congress, convened in the run-up to London Book Fair.
Illustrator Rotraut Susanne Berner and writer Cao Wenxuan are among winners of the 2016 Hans Christian Andersen Awards at Bologna Children’s Book Fair.
We have yet to make a satisfying gift of an ebook, said Nielsen’s Andre Breedt at BookInsights in London. Such breakthroughs still seem far, far away