The Paris bookstore Chantelivre, owned by publisher L’École des Loisirs, has opened a ‘House of Stories’ where kids engage with narratives.
Jerusalem’s Educational Bookshop has focused on Palestinian literature and nonfiction since its first location opened in 1984.
With its Paris Book Market opening today, BIEF is observing 150 years of its service to French publishing in the international industry.
The Morocco-based online magazine ArabLit offers a new rights resource for industry pros on Arabic literature and translation.
Describing an ‘inward-looking atmosphere,’ panelists at London Book Fair explored the funding impact of Brexit on the literature market.
On London Book Fair’s final day, ‘Translating in a Global Language’ looked at vernacular dialects and Modern Standard Arabic.
‘A major shift in English and American culture’ toward translation is examined in a session at London Book Fair.
Amid a digital transition in Africa, key publishing players at London Book Fair say they see more content coming from the continent.
The second iteration of the Salon de Livre Africain du Paris featured some 60 publishers from France and 11 markets in Africa.
In Egypt, a new publisher for the Naguib Mahfouz estate’s Arabic-language rights means a fresh outreach to younger readers.