The longlist of the 2015 German Book Prize includes some new and familiar authors. Find out more about these books and the rights available.
Gamescon Cologne and the Frankfurt Book Fair invited rights pros from book publishing, video games and others to meet and discuss rights and licensing.
Forging a new, open synergy between creators and publishers will better position the industry to face the future, says transmedia storyteller Jerome Goerke.
A leading German magazine on digital business, t3n, will now deliver their newsletters via WhatsApp. Could this model work for book publishers as well?
Monika Dommann’s book on copyright history has won translation funding from the German grant program, Geisteswissenschaften International.
Who knew academics were so active on social media? International nonfiction and philosophy publishers discuss that and other topics in a series of meetings.
In a new survey on self-publishing in Germany, indie authors report more satisfaction, longer term commitments to self-publishing, and wariness of traditional publishers.
In Germany, more and more publishing houses are abolishing hard DRM in favor of digital watermarks. Latest to follow the trend is Holtzbrinck.
Frankfurt Book Fair director Juergen Boos spends much of the year traveling to ensure that the best of global publishing is represented at the Fair in October.
Ken Follett discusses how his novel, Pillars of the Earth, is being turned into a video game by German publisher Bastei Luebbe and Daedalic Entertainment.