The latest digital publishing developments from Brazil, Africa, the Arab World, India and China indicate change and challenges for the major global players.
Lynn Gaspard of Telegram Books sees publishing as a change agent: ‘I feel I am contributing as much by publishing as by joining a political organization.’
After being cancelled last year, the Cairo International Book Fair is back, with Tunisia, the country that sparked the Arab Spring, as guest of honor.
The Abu Dhabi Book Fair is hosting an International Collective Stand and offers great opportunities to US and overseas publishers, registration ends January 20.
New publisher Just World Books uses POD technology to publish blogs as books, focusing on the latest, most pertinent international issues.
Brazil and China? Latin America and Asia? Which offers you the biggest opportunities for next year?
A new professional program and $300,000 to support translations marked 30 years of commitment to reading and literacy at the Sharjah International Book Fair.
Rights agreements made during the professional program of the Sharjah Book Fair are eligible to receive funding from the SIBF translation grant
The Etisalat Prize for Arabic Children’s Literature was established promote reading among Arabic-speaking families and books featuring Middle Eastern characters
It is clear Egyptian and other Arab publishers are beginning to exercise their new freedoms. Many hope their example will inspire a transformation of Arabic publishing