In an interview with Publishing Perspectives, bestselling author Dolores Redondo on the inspiration behind her latest book, a prequel to her Baztán Trilogy sensation.
Ramping up activities for its 20201 turn as Frankfurt’s Guest of Honor, Spain launched expanded translation funding and presented book market statistics at the fair.
In Frankfurt as part of the fair’s 2019 Invitation Program, Egyptian publisher Mohamed Sabry has seen success with his fresh approach to running Kayan Publishing.
French literary agency Astier-Péche announces in Frankfurt their representation of Mohamed Leftah’s estate and sold English rights to Other Press.
Publishing veteran Daniel Kampa started Kampa Verlag last year and bought the rights to Olga Tokarczuk’s works—and this year, he’s managing multiple bestselling titles.
Literary agents at the 2019 Frankfur Book Fair tell us which books they have on offer and about rights deals for their hot new titles.
Releasing more than 500 new titles in a scant three-month season, say critics, is an overwhelming burden on French booksellers and consumers.
Created by a publisher in Senegal and an author in Niger, the Sarraounia Prize is accepting YA manuscripts by Africa-based writers.
Devoted to contemporary literature, the trio of publishers behind Paris’ Goutte d’Or are the team bringing out ‘Journal de L.’–a diary of Nabokov’s Lolita.
The Monte-Cristo Literary Prize, a new program based in a prison class in France, names its first award-winning author.