A campaign exists to retire the term Francophone. But if we replace “Francophone” with “world literature in French,” does that suffice?
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Addressing the differences between the various international book markets is one of the missions we have here at Publishing Perspectives. It’s perhaps the key reason we exist.
One of the smallest nations in the world, New Zealand, has become a key trading partner with one of the largest, China.
Teaching grammar rules as commandments takes the fun out of working with the language, says the editor of Cengage’s Hodges Harbrace Handbook.
There is not much consensus on the proper way to write out technology-related words. Take our survey and tell us how you do it.
Not everyone can become a polyglot, so we still need translators — but the two treat the fact that all humans don’t speak the same language very differently.
By Siobhan O’Leary Foreign language dictionary publisher Langenscheidt is testing out the social media waters by offering a new free Facebook language course application. Those […]
By Rüdiger Wischenbart This may sound like an odd question to ask: Are books diverse? Sure! With hundreds of thousands of new titles published every […]
by Edward Nawotka Today’s lead story by Alex de Campi describes the publication of Valentine, a serialized, digital-first graphic novel that is being translated and […]
By Alex de Campi BROOKLYN: Imagine a graphic novel series, released every month simultaneously in 14 languages and across all major wireless platforms (Kindle, e-Reader, Android […]