The London Book Fair’s Quantum Conference and Nielsen’s BookInsights merge, while the Authors Guild and Media Coalition get together on freedom of speech.
‘Does a Lithuanian author stand a chance in the ocean of books on British bookshop shelves?’ Noir Press’ Stephan Collishaw says he has a good answer. Laura Sintija Černiauskaitė is the Vilnius-born, 39-year-old author who won the 2009 European Union Prize for Literature for her ‘Kvėpavimas į marmurą’, calling it “a well-crafted drama about painful solitude, family, and relationships between …
UK-based Jantar Publishing will take a strong step forward in the output of the translated works, mainly from Central and Eastern European authors.
A passion for books meets industry savvy in Tory Lyne-Pirkis’ success as a public relations ace and a Bookseller Rising Star in the UK book scene.
In three of Cambridge University Press’ journals, Overleaf arrangement offers authoring tools. And eight awards are part of the FutureBook Conference.
Speakers at the 2016 FutureBook Conference in London emphasized putting disruptive technology to work for book publishers and readers, not fearing it.
In the UK, the PA opens its ‘Textbook Challenge’ to the educational community, while in the States, PRH backs its people’s PEN memberships.
Two-thirds of the shortlisted candidates in the UK’s Costa Book Awards are women. And three in one category are former winners.
Two earthquake-zone universities in Italy are getting special access to Springer Nature resources, as Kobo announces its partnership with Fnac in Spain.
Previewing the audiobook track at the FutureBook conference, we look at sales statistics and predictions from Michele Cobb at the Audio Publishers Association.