Positioning copyright issues and related content-management approaches, Frankfurt Book Fair premium partner Copyright Clearance Center has a series of event
Karine Pansa wants to reinforce the habit of reading among Brazilians and introduce the country’s ‘great diversity’ of literary talent to the world.
PEN America’s new report asserts that ‘diverse books’ frequently are the first to be yanked when it comes to book challenges and ‘soft censorship.’
Across the grounds of Frankfurt Book Fair and in many other parts of Germany, the Guest of Honor program featuring Flanders and The Netherlands will provide cultural events and programming elements.
Sometimes referred to as ‘the area of indulgence’ at Frankfurt Book Fair, the Gourmet Gallery combines cookbook publishing and foodie-wooing events in Hall 3.1.
‘The need for extreme success is now a requirement rather than a boon,’ says the UK’s Jason Cooper in the run-up to Frankfurt’s conference on The Markets.
Athens learns it’s UNESCO’s World Book Capital 2018 and that its largest bookstore, the 118-year-old Eleftheroudakis, is going under.
When does looking outward answer internal struggles? When, as Emirati publisher Bodour Al Qasimi says, trade diversification answers a local crisis.
As he contemplates speaking on October 18 at Frankfurt Book Fair’s The Markets conference, Spain’s Daniel Fernández talks of struggles in cultural shifts, copyright, and piracy.
The winners in this year’s Bookseller FutureBook Awards will be announced December 2 at the conference. Frankfurt Book Fair again is sponsoring this special honor for digital achievement.