Thirty years and 120 festivals after being established, the Hay network adds new programming in observance of its three decades of international events.
As more publishers look to rights and licensing for revenue, London Book Fair’s long-running Introduction to Rights program takes on new value.
World Book Day on Thursday typically woos young people toward reading, but Cambridge University Press wants them on the payroll.
When everyone faces the effects of the political ‘echo chamber,’ hearing counter-opinions can be important. And the UK’s Iain Dale is happy to offer some balance.
From Italy, Brazil, Iraq, Switzerland, Spain, Turkey, Germany, the UK, and more, agents and publishers are lining up their offers for #LBF17.
Joanna Penn—known as The Creative Penn in the self-publishing community—takes a step made by many strong self-publishers: launching a small press.
Some whimsical, some outlandish, more than 300 concepts arrived when Chronicle Books and Little Free Library opened a competition for designs.
Surrounding and extending the reach of London Book Fair, London Book & Screen Week has events scheduled all over the British capital, March 13-19.
In the UK: There’s a new call for creative proposals on online literature; and a Nigerian and UK publisher are among new Consortium clients.
Future Publish’s program at Leipzig Book Fair includes a tour, as literary fiction and free speech intersect at conferences in the US and UK.