For publishing players looking to know more about entry points into some of Europe’s book markets, Aldus’ new brochure may be useful.
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.
‘The development of a vibrant international industry network,’ the Frankfurter Buchmesse Fellowship Program, will see fellows from France, Colombia, USA, UK, the Netherlands, Japan, and Italy visit Milan’s Tempo di Libri in March.
‘In a sense, a book fair is a catalyst that propels rights deals towards completion,’ reads the introduction to the IPA’s new 2017 Global Book Fair Report.
In a series of discussions, the Publishing Perspectives Talks bring industry leaders to Frankfurt’s Business Club on key issues of global book publishing today
Lithuania’s key event in literature builds on last year’s turnout of close to 68,000 people and is geared to attractions for adult and younger readers.
After losses of almost €556 million, Italy’s book publishing market grew in 2015 and 2016 for the first time since 2010, according to the Italian Publishers Association.
Created as a premium setting for facilitated meetings, Frankfurt Book Fair’s Business Club now is also a hub of specialized programming.