For ‘such an international country,’ says author Lydia Cacho, the US market is under-served with books in translation, especially non-fiction.
‘This is the edge of the future of publishing.’ Peter Brantley on the future of the industry and of Books in Browsers, with BiB VII scheduled for November 3 and 4 in San Francisco.
This month, PEN America’s ‘The Bridge Series’ of events on translation looked at translation contracts, and what to expect.
‘The power of the book and the importance of the author haven’t changed at all,’ the Baroness Gail Rebuck tells London Book Fair’s Quantum Conference. And she warns against a ‘civil war’ in publishing.
In a region with undependable publishing and distribution, self-publishing is not unusual, says Thailand’s Trasvin Jittidecharak ahead of London Book Fair.
Frankfurt Book Fair director Juergen Boos outlines why intellectual property is even more important in the digital age and how Frankfurt will reflect that priority in 2016.
Can a country have a particular illustration style or aesthetic? Four German publishers tackle this question as the Bologna Book Fair takes place.
Germany’s Guest of Honor program at the Bologna Book Fair will showcase enthusiastic publishers and star illustrators to the international community.
Ahead of the Bologna Book Fair, where Germany is Guest of Honor, German children’s book publishers about the rights opportunities they are seeing globally.
Joaquín Rodríguez shares his views on ebook accessibility, standards and interoperability within the frame of the European single digital market.