For Italian literary agent Laura Ceccacci, marketing her authors is a creative endeavor. Olivia Snaije spoke with her at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
At the Rio Book Fair, agent Liana Suppressa finds the Brazilian rights market has cooled, but there are still opportunities to sell YA, children’s books and bestsellers.
HarperCollins today announced that it will be continuing the expansion of its Global Publishing Program with the creation of HarperCollins Italia.
Alejandro Piscitelli argues that machine driven book analytics is a practical tool to help society deal with the exponential increase in book publications.
Trendy and chic, translation publisher Europa Editions has been dubbed a ‘coveted intellectual brand’ by The New York Times Style Magazine.
The true identity of Italian bestseller Elena Ferrante remains unknown, but she offered a Q&A interview to Vanity Fair, reiterating ‘the books are enough.’
Italy-based author Tim Parks discusses new book, Where I’m Reading From, in which he shares his skepticism of novels written by the new ‘global writer.’
Liana Suppressa of Italy’s Atlantyca reports on four trends impacting international rights sales discussed at the Yale Publishing Course.
Three literary agencies in Italy — Marco Vigevani, the International Literary Agency, and Luigi Bernabo — merged to form The Italian Literary Agency.
PP’s latest column for the Italy’s Giornale della Libreria is a translation of our article “Amazon is a More ‘Modest Beast,’ says UK Tech Expert.”