Touting 7-percent growth in the first half of the year, Eksmo’s new general director, Evgeny Kapyev, is bringing a bigger stand to Frankfurter Buchmesse and a new list of Russian nonfiction and children’s books for sale in October.
Looking to increase its foreign rights sales, Eksmo-AST’s incoming general director says the company will go to the Frankfurter Buchmesse this year with a big list of children’s and literary titles.
Some 10 publishers in Russia have licenses to produce Marvel-branded content, but the comics publisher Kofilmo is counting on the size of Eksmo-AST to help it vanquish all foes.
As sales of nonfiction books increase in Russia, the country’s largest publisher, Eksmo-AST, opens a new nonfiction imprint, Bombora, to meet this demand.
Politics and a 15% drop in sales in 2014 has prompted Eksmo to sell its stake in Ukraine’s Logos-Trans, which operates 50 Book Supermarket stores across the country.
Eksmo, Russia’s leading publishing company, has officially taken over its main rival AST, bringing the country even closer to consolidation.
Dominant Russian publisher Eksmo manufactured a fake Swedish author and blurbs for a new erotic thriller, and excused it by saying ‘advertising is advertising.’
Swedish readers are finding themselves in a widening conversation around gender relations based in a debut, ‘Letters to Men.’
A new international rights hit for Sourcebooks, Scarlett St. Clair’s ‘dark fantasy romance’ has just sold into at least eight territories.
Storytel reports seeing a rise in audiobook downloads in Russia by 45 percent in the last year. LitRes leads market.