Three independent publishers in Finland have jointly launched the Helsinki Literary Agency to represent their foreign rights
As AmazonCrossing arrives at Frankfurt Book Fair this week, Finland’s Katja Kettu’s ‘The Midwife’ has just been released in English translation.
‘Programming is a mean of self-expression, just like Lego and crayons,’ according to Finland’s Linda Liukas on her international children’s book hit, ‘Hello Ruby.’
A strong reading culture frequently has a tendency to robust news consumption, as well. The Reuters Institute’s new Digital News Report has many revelations to offer, from 26 countries.
We asked a few publishers which international titles they are especially excited to present to the publishing world at the London Book Fair this spring.
Sci-fi author Leena Krohn, political fiction writer Boualem Sansal, and nonfiction bestselling author Peter Wohlleben are on the global publishing radar these days in our Author Buzz.
Finnish literary agent Tiina Kristoffersson won a free table in the LitAg for 2016 by participating in Frankfurt Book Fair’s first ever competition.
After its Guest of Honor appearance at the 2014 Frankfurt Book Fair, publishers in Finland saw more global interest in their books, especially from China.
Granta Finland launched a new issue at the 2014 Frankfurt Book Fair: Best of Young Finnish Novelists, published by Otava. We talk with editor Aleksi Pöyry about it.
Finland was a hugely successful Guest of Honor country at the Frankfurt Book Fair, prompting more than 7,500 news articles and numerous rights deals.