The Italian Publishers Association and the Aldus Up network have studied how European markets survey their reading patterns and translations.
The 20-fair Aldus network of European book fairs and trade shows is undertaking an examination of how best to go forward from the pandemic.
An Aldus network report predicts cancellations, postponements, and other adjustments to European book fairs in the pandemic could affect 6,500+ exhibitors in 2020.
The range of purpose, positioning, and public access comes into focus for 16 leading annual book fairs and trade shows of Europe in Aldus’ third report on its network.
The Oxford English Dictionary is announcing more than 900 new ‘words, senses, and subentries’. And the Aldus network in Europe has added a worldwide translation grant finder for publishers.
From Sofia’s 45th anniversary fair to Vienna’s ‘Long Night of Books’ in November, the Aldus network’s 2017 report evaluates Europe’s book fair scene.
From a city-wide book exchange in Latvia to a ‘New Writers Festival’ in Greece, Aldus surveys European book fairs’ approaches to promoting reading.
For publishing players looking to know more about entry points into some of Europe’s book markets, Aldus’ new brochure may be useful.
The latest ‘Digital Consumer Book Barometer’ includes statistics from Italy, the German-language markets, Spain, Brazil, Mexico, and French-language Canada.
French and Italian book publishers are engaging in a 3-day translation rights event, each the other’s second-largest rights export market.