Random House Germany recently launched an online community for romance readers and a literary festival to connect romance writers to their fans.
Spanning the traditional vs. self-publishing divide, German publisher Carlsen and self-publishing platform Tolino Media will jointly host a writing content to recognize emerging talent.
Winners of the 2016 Leipzig Book Fair Prize were announced from a pool of over 400 new titles and a shortlist dominated, once again, by men.
Five German publishing houses have united to start the first German LitBlog Convention open to all kinds of book lovers and influencer.
The 2016 Leipzig Book Fair will introduce a new startup showcase called Neuland 2.0 that will highlight the latest innovations and ideas for books.
German education and dictionary publishers are seeing a sales boost from the rising demand for German language learning materials, mostly from refugees.
Germany will soon finalize fixed prices for ebooks, but questions remain about how this will affect various sales models and ebook adoption rates.
Ullstein and Bonnier UK are launching a new digital imprint called Manilla that will publish English ebook editions of bestselling German fiction.
Looking for the next big thing in crime novels? Look no further – here are the top three German crime novels for 2016, as selected by the German Prize for Crime Fiction.
PAN is a newly founded network for German fantasy authors, aiming to unite its members and to give them a voice within the German literary community.