From book fair stands to support for diversity and accessibility, Livres Canada Books is celebrating 50 years of key support for the Canadian book industry. (Sponsored)
“The aim is not to sell books, but to sell narratives,” said LAPAS Books founder Ūla Ambrasaitė at Frankfurt, in a discussion on independent publishers’ unique challenges and advantages.
In a forward-looking Publishing Perspectives Forum session at Frankfurter Buchmesse, speakers emphasized the importance of engaging with readers online in innovative ways.
The Latvian Literature program, its site, its translation funding, its authors, and its #IAmIntrovert campaign welcome Frankfurt’s trade visitors and exhibitors to its success story – at Hall 4.0 B2. (Sponsored)
In a Copyright Clearance Center discussion, two scholarly publishing experts share experiences with open access transformation. (Sponsored)
In a third and final interview, a Brazilian and a Mexican publisher talk about the support of the Brazilian Publishers Translation Grant. (Sponsored)
With a Brazilian Publishers Translation Grant, Portuguese titles are being translated into Arabic in Egypt. [Sponsored]
With a Brazilian Publishers Translation Grant, Brazilian children’s books were published in Mozambican Portuguese and African languages. [Sponsored]
The biennial International Children’s Picture Book Award now is open for 2022 submissions by writers and illustrators everywhere. (Sponsored)
Brazil’s publishers arrive in London with their own stand and offerings at the trade show, including Prêmio Jabuti exhibition. (Sponsored)