With 42 percent of Spain’s population reporting to surveys that they’re not reading books, last week’s symposium in Madrid about bookselling had an extra edge of urgency.
Familiar centers for one literary language or another, writes English PEN’s Erica Jarnes, various capitals become de facto hubs for ‘world literatures.’ How appropriate is that?
On October 18, 2016, The Markets: Global Publishing Summit will showcase seven publishing regions you can’t afford to ignore. Here we offer brief glimpses into each of these markets.
Joaquín Rodríguez shares his views on ebook accessibility, standards and interoperability within the frame of the European single digital market.
Spain-based Lantia’s crowdfunding platform has become a ‘channel’ for Latin American independent titles, says CEO Enrique Parrilla.
La Lectora Futura is a web-based project designed to bring together book lovers and pros around literature from Spain, Mexico, Colombia and Argentina.
Book publishers can apply by April 4, 2016 for translation funding for works originally published in Spanish, Basque, Catalan or Galician.
Issuing a call for papers, Frankfurt Book Fair and Publishing Perspectives announce the seven-nation focus for ‘The Markets’ 2016. Regions highlighted include Southeast Asia, Europe, South America, and the Middle East.
Digital technology and the internet allows Spanish poetry publishers to cut costs, take risks, support new authors, and ultimately reach more readers.
In a new series of articles on industry debate, we ask for our Publishing Perspectives readers’ thoughts on the value of paid reviews as author services.