Visiting China to preview its Market Focus program at next week’s London Book Fair, Roger Tagholm discovered things are not always as they seem from the West.
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With China as the Market Focus at the London Book Fair this year, and will offer ‘high end dialogues,’ covering digital publishing, language learning and more.
One of China’s most popular writers, Murong Xuecun began speaking out against the government a year ago after a friend was arrested, at risk of his own freedom.
Is there room for more lukewarm coffee, calorific cookies and powerpoint presentations in your life?
The London Book Fair has announced Turkey will be its “Market Focus” for the 2013 event. Get up to date with our past coverage of the Turkish publishing scene.
As the self-publishing community grows in importance and influence, should professional book fairs do more to incorporate self-publishers into the mix?
By Edward Nawotka A quick cheat sheet of some notable publishing news from this week and last: Aussie Bookstores Beleaguered: On Monday, Federal Minister for Small Business Nick Sherry had predicted that online shopping would wipe out general bookstores within five years. What’s more, Angus & Robertson said it will close another 42 stores and another 19 A&R stores are being sold …
93-year-old publishing attorney and author Martin Levin reflects on 60 years of book fairs, starting with the American Booksellers Association meeting in 1950. By Martin Levin In a career that spans six decades, and still counting, I have found that there is nothing quite like the annual trade shows in book publishing. 1950s: Washington D.C. I recall my first American …