IPR License is reporting that demand for self-publishing audiobook rights has risen 58% over the first half of 2015.
At Asymptote, Editor-at-Large Poupeh Missaghi looked at state of translation in Iran, where publishers often forgo securing foreign rights.
As part of a joint initiative with the Frankfurt Book Fair, the Bienal do Livro in Rio de Janeiro will host an Agents and Business Center in 2015.
Three literary agencies in Italy — Marco Vigevani, the International Literary Agency, and Luigi Bernabo — merged to form The Italian Literary Agency.
As a literary agent, Frankfurt has been a launch pad for some of the most powerful women’s voices from around the world. This year will be no different.
International rights deals require face time — and international travel. Marleen Seegers of 2 Seas Agency recounts her latest whirlwind trip around the world.
Ricardo Lay discusses how to revitalize the book market in Brazil, such as opening new sales and distribution channels and bolstering foreign rights sales.
Eric Yang, CEO of Korea’s RHK, reflects on the state of the Korean book market and the West’s inability to fully engage with Asian publishing — yet.
One of the few literary agents focusing on Arabic, Yasmina Jraissati, discusses the non-existent role of the literary agent in the Middle East.
Your backlist content is a goldmine of licensing revenue. Michael Healy offers three tips for publishers to increase their revenue from permissions.