The film of John Green’s bestseller, The Fault in Our Stars, has turned a bench in Amsterdam into pilgrimage site for young adult fans of the book.
The International Publishers Association and the Federation of European Publishers has released a report of VAT rates on books and ebooks around the world.
Poland is dominated by two major bookselling chains, but the city of Krakow is offering support to small, indie booksellers to preserve cultural heritage.
Reading among 15- to 24-year-olds in France is in decline and a new nationwide book fest is offering 1,200 events to encourage summer reading habits.
We’re actively seeking great stories about leadership, European and Asian publishing, rights, education and any tied to the 2015 Frankfurt Book Fair.
International rights deals require face time — and international travel. Marleen Seegers of 2 Seas Agency recounts her latest whirlwind trip around the world.
Under the leadership of Olivier Chaudenson, Maison de la Poésie been revived as a central hub for literary life in the city of Paris.
With the number of bookstores in Russia in free fall as a result of rising rents, the Russian government is extending subsidies to support retailers.
Ronald Schild of Germany’s MVB discusses how research shows simple metadata fixes, like putting the language of a book in your metadata, can double sales.
At the New Yorker, Adam Gopnik laments the closing of a bookshop in Paris, ultimately tying it to a loss of a kind of personal freedom.