Opened in April, Barcelona’s new, upscale Llibreria Finestres is a bookstore, its staff says, ‘on a human level.’
Now in its second year, the publisher-owned Fraktura bookshop serves as a hub of literary events and trusted recommendations in Zagreb.
The International Alliance of Independent Publishers’ conference included talks among African publishers about the need to produce locally.
With attendees from some 40 countries, this week’s International Alliance of Independent Publishers conference reflected an issue-driven, reader-oriented community.
The Thessaloniki Book Fair is ‘open to both East and West,’ Nopi Chatzigeorgiou says, outlining international plans to promote Greek literature and translation funding.
The publishing house Philippe Rey has its first Prix Goncourt winner: Senegalese author Mohamed Mbougar Sarr. Rights are selling extremely quickly.
‘My mother didn’t want us to live wars,’ said Canada’s Catherine Mavrikakis in a conversation at Frankfurter Buchmesse.
Trade visitors and exhibitors at Frankfurter Buchmesse spoke of the importance of supporting trade shows and doing business in person.
Frankfurt Studio’s ‘The Future of Independent Publishing’ featured speakers from Germany, Spain, France, the Netherlands, and Italy.
From the French-language part of Frankfurt’s 2021 Guest of Honor Canada, Québec-based publishers report on their books finding homes abroad.