‘Penguin Random House’s worldwide CEO Markus Dohle analyzes his abiding optimism for publishing—and ‘zigzgging’ when the time is right.
The five-year-old International Excellence Award-winning ‘Inspiring Readers’ program reaches nearly 300,000 students in the new school year.
While Canadians surveyed said they’re reading more widely, they’re not sure they want authors writing outside their own demographics.
Tailored to play in multiple markets, Ahmed Al Ameri’s new Sharjah Book Authority initiative targets readers’ favorite topics.
The German Book Prize announces a series of author readings running through October 1 and set in many parts of Germany.
With the return to school on the horizon, classroom reading lists dominate the mid-summer charts in China for July.
Encouraging intra-community reading in diaspora, the new list is announced amid anti-Asian violence in many parts of the world.
A lost novelist, ‘her whispering voice, fleeing depression,’ led this Egyptian poet to one of the biggest literary prizes in the world.
The annual program for young readers in Sharjah this year features authors from 15 nations and the work of 395 artists and illustrators.
Selections for the African chapter of the Sustainable Development Goals Book Club include two titles in Indigenous African languages.