‘A significant book fair doesn’t seem to have been able to come into being in Central and Eastern Europe” says Hungary’s Zsuzsanna Szabó.
Understanding publishing in the digital context of ‘nearby media’ is at the heart of the Frankfurt Book Fair’s StoryDrive Asia conference in Singapore.
Poland’s seven-year-old ebook subscription service Legimi is looking to new territories, starting with Germany and a reported catalog of 100,000 German titles.
During the Frankfurt Book Fair, Wolters Kluwer Legal and Regulatory has signed on to use the IPR License online rights platform to drive sales of translation rights.
The chairman of China South, one of China’s largest media groups, discussed his commitment to preserving reading culture in China and around the world.
The recently launched ENLIT, the European Network for Literary Translation, aims to develop international literature and translation funding programs.
Will Evans and Dallas Sonnier plan to merge to worlds of book publishing, filmmaking, and other storytelling media with their new venture, Cinestate.
Exploring what Peter Brantley calls the ‘exciting diversity of our image-centric world,’ the 2016 Books in Browsers conference focuses on visual storytelling.
Forming its steering committee three years ahead, the land of Karl Ove Knausgård and Jo Nesbø inspected the 2016 Frankfurt Book Fair Guest of Honor project.
A note of expressive defiance is heard as French officials take on Frankfurt’s Guest of Honor effort for 2017: ‘With Germany, we want the youth of Europe to stay open to the world.’