The 2020 bestseller lists from Germany reflect readers’ interest in both engaging with current affairs and escaping into great stories.
Book club and literary community Rebel Women Lit aims to ‘showcase the amazing range’ of Caribbean literature with the newly launched Caribbean Readers’ Awards.
Speakers at the debut Frankfurt Academic Conference, held online, examined how the coronavirus pandemic and open access are influencing academic publishing.
Looking to celebrate undiscovered authors and illustrators, Ehomebooks launches the International Children’s Picture Book Award.
In a Charleston Library Conference session at the Frankfurt Book Fair, the discussion centered on the changes brought by open access for academic libraries, researchers, and publishers.
Starting small and selecting products well related to a brand can help a publisher get strarted in licensing.
In the absence of in-person book fair meetings, literary agents are hosting webinars to pitch titles at the 2020 Frankfurt Book Fair.
In a Frankfurter Buchmesse ARTS+ session, publisher Antoine Tanguay introduces his interactive storytelling project and why he believes publishers need to adapt to ‘changing cultural needs.’
At the Frankfurt Book Fair conference, writer Bernardine Evaristo delivered a forceful keynote on the systemic bias against people of color in the UK publishing industry.
Amid the necessity for the digital trade show, dignitaries applaud Frankfurt’s determination to keep the world industry in touch.