‘Access for international publishers to entirely new players,’ says Frankfurt Book Fair’s Juergen Boos on the StoryDrive program’s expansion to Singapore.
Publishing rights staffers are asked to utilize special new ‘Publishers’ Rights Corner,’ adjacent to the already sold-out LitAg at Frankfurt on Oct. 18.
Marking its full ownership of Harlequin SA, HarperCollins France pledges more romance, plus commercial trade output that includes local authors.
While taking stock of lagging literacy rates and persistent economic challenges, literary agent Patricia Seibel still sees quality and a loyalty to literary fiction as hallmarks of Portugal’s resilient market.
As adult coloring books roll on in major publishing markets, the picture coming together isn’t about literature or books or our culture.
Eighty-eight French publishers and some 28,000 French-language titles are represented in bookstore Albertine’s ebook expansion.
Bright color and intricately embellished texts make the new University of British Columbia Library acquisitions stunners.
Looking to handle international as well as domestic content, the newly formed Radius Book Group offers to do it for you — for an as-yet unspecified price.
Using “new technologies to tell culturally relevant stories,” three co-productions pull in more than $500,000 in Canadian and Australian funding.
Not only BookExpo America but also its consumer-facing BookCon will be in Chicago in May, trading New York’s Javits Center for the McCormick Place complex.