An ambitious experiment in innovative packaging by German lit mag BELLA triste has garnered a big prize, praise from readers, and strong sales.
A new book explores and questions Gertrude Stein’s unbound admiration of Philippe Pétain, the leader of Vichy France.
Argentina has launched an online, interactive map featuring information about the publishing industry and an overview of the country’s cultural marketplace
The Guardian newspaper is conducting a World Literature Tour. After stopping in Colombia, the most recent tour stop was Argentina.
CliffNotes, which provides study guides to literary works, now offers short, animated videos that promise ‘edutainment.’
New York’s outsized influence on publishing is felt across the US, but is it good for the other 99%?
Publishing Perspectives’ year-long exploration of the plays of William Shakespeare, The Play’s The Thing, begins Titus Andronicus this week.
Just like bankers, publishers need to be wary of making big bets based on shaky financial fundamentals.
UK-design mag Tank Books has published six unabridged classics in a cigarette tin. Form over function, perhaps, but quite cool nonetheless.
The DSC Prize of South Asian Literature awards a writer $50,000 for a work focusing on South Asian themes, and gains recognition in international publishing.