PP Editor-in-Chief Edward Nawotka’s idiosyncratic list of 9 tips to help you make your time at the 2015 Frankfurt Book Fair even more memorable.
Eduardo Rabasa of Mexico’s Editorial Sexto Piso argues an audience for quality publishing in Mexico exists and cites his own press and others as evidence.
Thomas Nung Atasana, Indonesia’s leading literary agent, argues that the archipelago’s authors and publishers deserve international attention.
The Guadalajara Book Fair’s Rights Center, which offers 125 tables, is sold out, further proof of Mexico’s growth as a center for Spanish rights activity.
Zeng Yi of China Children’s Press & Publication Group notes China has largely only sold book rights regionally and craves more US/European interest.
Amazon launched Kindle Unlimited in India with local publishing partners that include Jaico, Westland, Grapevine, Orient, and Sinclude, and more promised.
The Rights Directors Meeting at the Frankfurt Book Fair will focus on France and the developing markets in Southeast Asia where more than 620 million people live.
Turkish Literary Agent Nermin Mollaoğlu offers advice to foreign publishers looking to both buy from and sell into this burgeoning market.
Al Manhal the Arabic-language ebook education company, has attracted more than a million users and updated its database to allow full-text search.
With the crash of Brazil’s real against the dollar, US rights deals at this year’s Rio International Book Fair may not be as lavish, but they are still key.