In a new series, IPR License’s Tom Chalmers looks at licensing issues in key publishing territories around the world. First up: North America and Denmark.
Many authors wonder if attending the Frankfurt Book Fair is a worthwhile expense. Our downloadable guide explains the steps you need to take to know if it’s right for you.
Amazon announced a Kindle World license for the books of Kurt Vonnegut, but not everyone thinks it’s a great idea.
To mark the 35th anniversary of the Literary Agents and Scouts Center, the Frankfurt Book Fair is asking for photo submissions from the Agents Center’s past.
A publishing grant from South Korea’s Literature Translation Institute will help UK’s b small publishing promote the children’s book, Creative Hand Art.
Robert Fletcher and Bob Song of Publish on Demand Global describe the enormous effort required to work in China, but say the potential upside makes it worthwhile.
The Minumsa Publishing Group wins the rights to Haruki Murakami’s latest novel, for what is said to be a record-breaking 150 million yen (about $1.49 million).
Barcelona-based E3 has spent a decade developing a software as a service platform to help literary agencies and others manage rights more efficiently.
Australian YA author Scot Gardner talks about the challenges of writing for an international audience while staying true to his local culture.
South Korean publishers are in a bidding war to win rights to Haruki Marukami’s newest novel, Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage.