As we get closer to this year’s robust-looking Frankfurt, rights news is here from France, Finland, Spain, Brazil, and Norway.
Developing story: New York governor says Salman Rushdie is alive in hospital after a stabbing incident in upstate New York.
With a Brazilian Publishers Translation Grant, Portuguese titles are being translated into Arabic in Egypt. [Sponsored]
With sales of US$14.9 million based on MSRP, NPD sees ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ buoyed by Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things.’
The Oable workflow management tool is designed to support librarians’ approval processes in open-access publishing.
The Firecracker Awards from CLMP go to both books–and their independent presses–and to literary magazines.
The trade show’s ticketing has opened, and a hall plan has been issued for those looking ahead to Frankfurter Buchmesse, October 19 to 23.
In a ‘steady’ market, NPD sees print sales in the United States decline 1.6 million units in July, typically a month for some losses.
The agreement Springer Nature is touting with the University of California is an extension of its 2020 arrangement for research articles.
The ‘African Book Box’ program from Book Aid International is delivering books to 76 schools in Uganda, Ghana, and Zimbabwe.