Referring to Russian’s ‘anti-gay propaganda law,’ the IPA chief tells Muscovites that restrictions on freedom to publish are wrong.
‘You have to pay for access to educational content,’ says Copibec’s Frédérique Couette, launching a class action lawsuit against Université Laval
The editorial lead of the translation powerhouse says AmazonCrossing’s mission is ‘stories that make people feel more similar than different.’
Another busy program of more than 100 authors is announced for this year’s Peruvian Hay Festival, including Cees Nooteboom, Kim Thuy, and many others.
The catastrophic effects of Hurricane Harvey prompt a demonstration of how Ingram’s Aerio network can ‘line up books against the storm,’ says Ron Martinez.
In its 31st year, Buchmesse’s annual Rights Meeting on ‘Book Fair Tuesday’ focuses on Asian licensing, social media, and a burgening audio market.
Reconstituting its board as a leaner group of sector-specific players, BISG adds new advisory assets and a council of associations to its strategy.
The German-born British children’s writer Judith Kerr is now a member of the Platinum Bestseller club, awarded the honor by Specsavers and Nielsen Book.
Planning a February revelation of the 2018 recipient at IPA’s Congress in India, the organization asks for nominations by October 28.
As Harvey storm re-strengthens in the Gulf, Simon & Schuster offers books to relief agencies, booksellers, and libraries in the devastated flood zone.