How pure a play is crowdfunding? As Unbound’s John Mitchinson says, “We still decide” which books are taken forward. And #LBF16-goers crowded a session on it.
‘We are a little isolationist,’ Ivars Ījabs says to fellow from the Baltics in a session of constructive candor on ‘the paradox of the open culture’ at London Book Fair.
Translation funding and robust international attendance at the Sharjah Book Fair’s professional program has given rise to more rights deals at the fair.
With a sharp eye for languages ‘under-represented in translation’ and a huge response to its call at Frankfurt Book Fair for submissions, AmazonCrossing, the new leader in translation publication, arrives at London Book Fair in rapid expansion.
France, Australia, US, China, Sudan, Brazil, Poland, New Zealand and more factor into the honors: New Bookstore of the Year category a popular favorite.
From rights on offer at the London Book Fair to digital developments in Thailand, our Spring 2016 magazine highlights rights opportunities across the globe.
As the ‘Wall of Content’ rises, the heart of the publishing trade show, its rights transactions, becomes all the more vital — as we see this week at London Book Fair.
In a day of congenial panel discussions and reassuring pep talks, London Book Fair’s Quantum Conference threw an amber-warm light on tricky times for publishing.
Tuesday, April 12, at #LBF16 in Olympia London’s National Hall Gallery: “Women in Comics: Is the Graphic Novel Industry Failing To Recognise Female Creators?”
We asked a few publishers which international titles they are especially excited to present to the publishing world at the London Book Fair this spring.