Victoria Aveyard, American author of ‘The Red Queen’ wins the ‘Buxtehuder Bulle,’ Germany’s most renowned prize for young people’s literature.
Matthias Matting’s fourth annual survey of self-publishing in Germany reveals further refinements in the way indie authors publish their books.
The new ‘Buch an Bord’ campaign from Condor airlines and Vorsicht! Buch in Germany offers travelers and extra kilo in their hand luggage just for books.
Edition M, a new imprint for crime fiction, is the latest addition to Amazon Publishing in Germany. It plans to publish 60 titles by the end of 2016.
Born in London and now living in Berlin, author Sharon Dodua Otoo wins the prestigious Ingeborg Bachmann Prize in Klagenfurt, Austria during the 40th Festival of German Language Literature.
The German book market, a powerhouse of translation, is selling an increasing number of rights abroad—with a lot of growth coming from China—but is more cautious about buying rights.
The latest book sales data from the German book market shows that readers are gravitating toward nonfiction instead of fiction and buying more books online than before.
Five German publishing houses united to organize LitBlog, Germany’s first convention for book bloggers, YouTubers and tweeters alike.
Penguin Verlag, an imprint of Random House Germany, aims to be a dominant trade and paperback book publisher with its first catalogue of 64 titles.
Have ebook sales plateaued in Germany? The latest Ebook Quarterly Report from the German Publishers and Booksellers Association indicates lower revenue despite growth in sales volume.