The Association of Publishers in India, with EY-Parthenon, offer a look at the multilingual Indian publishing industry and its challenges.
Following the death on June 5 of Scholastic’s longtime chief Richard Robinson, the board names Peter Warwick to succeed him.
The Access Copyright Foundation program announces its grants in literature to writers as well as awards made to organizations and publishers.
Sourcebooks will offer each employee a tailored approach to work and an option to operate in one of seven states.
The European Writers Council and a consortium of agencies working with PEN America blast the Lukashenko regime’s new raids in Belarus.
Seven German book publishers—’competitors in real life,’ says Klett-Cotta publisher Tom Kraushaar—look forward to the next gathering.
The illustrated debut novel ‘Orphans of the Tide’ wins the 2021 Branford Boase Award, which honors both authors and their editors.
The former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick writes in his first book in the series about differences between himself and his adoptive family.
The digital arm of Lindhardt & Ringhof, Saga Egmont further expands its efforts to penetrate the Spanish-language audiobook market.
For the first time, a translator will chair the International Booker Prize jury, with Singapore-born translator Jeremy Tiang aboard, as well.