International rights directors at two UK book publishers survey the continued importance of rights to an industry in search of new revenue channels.
‘Nothing has allayed the concerns’ of copyright-watchers in publishing, says Copyright Clearance Center’s Michael Healy. 2017 is fraught with hot spots.
‘I think we’re starting to recover,’ says one of 15 Brazilian publishers who are preparing to travel to next month’s Bologna Children’s Book Fair.
Excited about a debut psychological thriller, Toronto-based Westwood Creative Artists is a London Book Fair’s International Rights Center this week.
Rogers Coleridge & White’s David Miller is remembered in London as a deeply respected literary agent, a compelling author, and ‘wonderful father.’
Amazon Publishing, the largest publisher of translations, will be at the London Book Fair with a rights list of suspense, memoir and literary titles.
As London Book Fair’s opening approaches, we look at another round of titles on offer in this year’s bustling, sold-out International Rights Center.
‘Selling and managing rights is at the heart of our business,’ says Gill Coleridge on conferring the first Deborah Rogers Foundation Bursary Award to Sam Coates in London.
With Frankfurt’s agents and scouts center an early sell-out, the fair recommends quick bookings in the Publishers Rights Corner, scheduled for October 10.
As more publishers look to rights and licensing for revenue, London Book Fair’s long-running Introduction to Rights program takes on new value.