Ullstein describes itself as Germany’s most successful hardcover publisher. And while many houses are commercializing, Ullstein wants to be more literary.
Two independent publishers in Germany talk about how they are preserving their literary lists as the market shifts toward commercial titles and other forms of entertainment.
UK and US editors are in Germany this week—on a trip organized by the Frankfurter Buchmesse—and hearing German publishers address a big issue in the market right now: finding more book buyers.
The program gives five editors from Canada a chance to meet with as many as 50 of their counterparts in the French industry, ahead of the Frankfurt Book Fair.
In an enlightening exchange of questions and answers, a German and Singaporean editor trade insights on their markets’ opportunities and challenges.
Frankfurt Book Fair’s Editors Trip will promote networking between children’s publishing players in Germany and counterparts from Canada, the US, and UK.
‘All designed to move Scottish publishers into the international arena,’ Publishing Scotland’s program includes fellowships and a 2017 catalog.
International publishing trips to Turkey and Germany promise to expand your network and introduce you to new publishers, authors and literary figures. Applications are now being accepted. Apply now.
On a trade mission to Brazil, a United Arab Emirates publishing group finds sharp interest among Latin American colleagues in Arabic-Portuguese rights.
Contrasts and comparisons, challenges and opportunities: a group of English-language children’s book editors share their observations of the Germany market following their summer German Book Office tour.
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