Not least because publishers traditionally accept and commission direct submissions from authors in India, literary agents there are relatively new to the scene.
In her appraisal of The Philippines’ book industry challenges, Manila-based literary agent Andrea Pasion-Flores talks of the disparities of retail access to books in various parts of the country.
As the fifth Bourne film is released, a trio of author Robert Ludlum’s publishing colleagues think back on his writing and the book business.
Designed for both the local readership and international visitors, the annual Tanpinar Literary Festival organized by Kalem Literary Agency includes a fellowship program for publishing professionals.
Bringing her literary consultancy services to Los Angeles, Philippa Donovan joins the June 13 Rights and Content conference speakers’ roster, impressed with the ‘intensity to the creativity in this town.’
Attracting more than four times the anticipated participants, Bogotá Book Fair’s first rights center draws buyers and sellers from Portugal, Spain, Japan, Canada, Australia, Chile and Argentina.
This month, PEN America’s ‘The Bridge Series’ of events on translation looked at translation contracts, and what to expect.
Four literary agents from Canada answer questions about their home market, the authors they represent, and selling rights across international territories.
On June 13, Publishing Perspectives hosts a conference in New York City to provide insight into maximizing revenue from rights and licensing.
Literary agencies in Scandinavia are seeing a big boost, thanks to the popularity of crime novels, which has subsequently sparked international interest in other genres.