In a region with undependable publishing and distribution, self-publishing is not unusual, says Thailand’s Trasvin Jittidecharak ahead of London Book Fair.
Thai publisher Trasvin Jittidecharak explains why fighting for and supporting freedom of expression in Asia is complicated by politics, culture and history.
The first IPA International Publishers Congress since 2018 will look at issues confronting the world book publishing industry.
Amid ‘an oppressive global political situation,’ says Frankfurt Book Fair president and CEO Juergen Boos, ‘this fair sent important signals.’
‘The number of trade visitors has exceeded our expectations,’ says Frankfurt Book Fair president and CEO Juergen Boos.
The organization of Germany’s publishers and booksellers is highlighting several timely events at Frankfurter Buchmesse.
The Baillie Gifford Prize for Nonfiction will award £50,000 to its winner in November, and now has produced a six-title set of finalists.
The business of the book takes centerstage at Frankfurt, but it’s those gleams of artistry, even fleeting, that finally compel rights sales.
A 20-year-old press known for attracting the ire of the authorities in Bangkok wins the IPA’s Prix Voltaire.
Ukrainian publishing colleagues will be able to participate digitally in this regional exchange of issues and views, April 11 and 12.