An independent publisher from Barcelona, Stéphane Corbinais says his comics house must be at Angoulême—or ‘you don’t exist’ in the bande dessinée world.
In France, a new exhibition on Arab comics launches at the Angoulême Comics Festival. And in the States, Scholastic’s new nonfiction imprint will tackle history and social issues for children.
France’s great comics event, the Festival International de la Bande Desinée at Angoulême, faces serious criticism for being dominated by men.
Canadian Guy Delisle won this year’s Fauve d’Or, or Best Comic Book Award at the Angouleme Comic Festival for Jerusalem: Chronicles from the Holy City.
Despite ongoing COVID concerns and Russia’s attack on Ukraine, Stephanie Barrouillet looks ahead to an upbeat in-person Bologna.
With 14 jurors having worked their way through 2,215 submissions from 61 countries, the 2022 Bologna Ragazzi Award winners are announced.
Set for June 12 and 13 in a fully physical format, the 17th Lyons BD Festival has an especially strong internationalist program planned.
A new study led by AIE and Lucca Crea in Italy reveals a growing readership that spans a wider range of ages than might be expected.
How do online rights events organized by literary agencies, publishers, and others compare to the physical book fair experience? We hear from several rights folks on how it’s going so far.
Antony Shugaar’s tranlsation of 1962 Italian picture book ‘Telephone Tales’ by Gianni Rodari and Valerio Vidali wins ALA’s 2021 Batchelder Award.