Chad Post of Open Letter Books explains how leveraging social networks for media amplification is now a key to small press marketing success.
Translator and writer Ghassan Hamdan believes that ‘introducing famous Iranian Sufis to Arab readers’ can help ease tension between the two cultures.
At Asymptote, Editor-at-Large Poupeh Missaghi looked at state of translation in Iran, where publishers often forgo securing foreign rights.
Akshita Nanda asks if it will ‘take an international award’ for Singaporean writers and publishers to be taken seriously…or is Singapore its own worst enemy?
Edward Nawotka takes in the sights and smells of iconic coastal California bookstores on a summer drive from San Francisco to Los Angeles.
This July 25-26 London hosts a two day event organized by Saqi Books and the British Library celebrating Arab writing, as part of the 2015 Shubbak Festival.
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.
Jim Bryant draws examples from Trajectory.com bookselling partners in China to argue that superior, localized metadata increases book sales — everywhere.
German literature has found surprising success in Taiwan, where several titles have become bestsellers and publishers are adding German-speaking editors.
Ben Denckla continues his discussion of the challenges of creating ebooks that incorporate challenging elements present in a wide variety of Jewish books.