French animation studio TeamTO has acquired TV, film and licensing rights to the ‘Ninn’ graphic novel from Belgian publisher Kennes Éditions.
Adrienne Tang, longtime rights director with Kids Can Press, moves to Penguin Random House Canada to create ‘an entirely new in-house rights operation,’ says CEO Kristin Cochrane.
In today’s Rights Roundup, we have work from Canada, Scotland, France, Finland, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, and a study in Yiddish of Russian imprisonment.
Canada’s English- and French-language approaches are part of a Market Insights session that also touches on China.
Authors whose work is featured today are writing from Singapore, the States, Norway, Italy, Finland, Canada, Germany, and the UK.
As Frankfurt Rights goes online, these titles are available for international rights deals from the UK, Norway, Germany, Sweden, and Spain.
Organizers of the 27th Beijing International Book Fair announce 1,400 exhibitors registered for their ‘Smart Rights Link’ online platform.
From Finland, the United States, Canada, Norway, Spain, Turkey, and France, many of our titles today are new to the rights market.
In an upcoming digital discussion, World Kid Lit, focused on translated literature for children, will hear from translators.
From Norway, Germany, USA, Iceland, Finland, Spain, and Poland, here are writings to watch for on the run-up to Frankfurter Buchmesse.