Camille Mofidi of Kobo Writing Life explains how the platform is helping writers in France, Germany and Italy leverage self-publishing opportunities.
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Haruki Murakami is the first Japanese author to win the Welt Literature Prize of 10,000 euros. Join our reading group to discuss Murakami’s literary works.
Germany’s TigerBooks Media is offering its free and easy-to-use tool for creating multimedia children’s books to users around the world.
The launch of a new Haruki Murakami book has become an event around the world, with many translations appearing before an English edition.
Germany’s Taschen has a renewed focus on Russia and signed new deals with local book distributors Logosphere, Magma and Jupiter.
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.
A panel at the Frankfurt Book Fair compared international literature and translation in France, Germany, and the United Kingdom.
The total number of books in print hit 28 million in English in 2013, but are there enough readers to justify so much publishing?
The new system of paying German translators actually can punish the publisher for having a bestseller in some cases, argues Richard Stoiber of Matthes & Seitz.
In just four years, the Seattle giant has become one of the leading publishers of translated fiction in the United States. And now, it is working on Germany.