Neil Balthaser of Intellogo discusses the company’s launch, target markets and how AI and machine learning intends to simplify and solve complex problems.
Although translated books dominate Turkish book sales, a growing audience of readers in Turkey means small publishers still have a chance to compete.
As the third edition of the Paris-based Festival des Écrivains du Monde will kick off, it has become a fixture on Paris’ literary calendar for global lit.
Exclusive: Two Barcelona literary agents launch The Spanish Bookstage, a new online rights and licensing platform for Spanish-language book titles.
Get to know the winners of the European Union Prize for Literature at the Frankfurt Book Fair and find out about translation funding for these books.
Turkish Literary Agent Nermin Mollaoğlu offers advice to foreign publishers looking to both buy from and sell into this burgeoning market.
A Swedish self-published book, The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep, uses hypnotism to put kids to sleep and it’s selling, but there’s backlash.
The true identity of Italian bestseller Elena Ferrante remains unknown, but she offered a Q&A interview to Vanity Fair, reiterating ‘the books are enough.’
Roger Tagholm visits the ‘jungle’ migrant camp in Calais, France and reports a new library has been established, but still needs many books.
The Audiovisual and Radio State Committee of the Ukraine has found 38, mostly political science books, “anti-Ukrainian” and banned them.