Set to close after 25 years of translating contemporary Arabic literature into English, the Banipal Magazine team celebrated its legacy.
The Publishers Association’s Dan Conway called sustainability ‘the issue we will all be judged on in the future.”
The Ukrainian president made the case in his Frankfurt Book Fair address that culture, like life, is under fire under the Russian assault.
Among points presented in the Federation of European Publishers’ report, sales in bookstores fell from 50 percent in 2019 to 43.6 percent in 2021.
As the publishing industry meets in Frankfurt, UK executives share insights on today’s top book industry concerns—chief among them is cost.
On Frankfurter Buchmesse’s opening day, a flag-draped work of Ukrainian performance art is set on the fairgrounds’ Agora.
With a goal of becoming Guest of Honor Philippines at Frankfurt, the market’s collective stand organizers offered work from 15 publishers.
A dedicated contingent of UK publishers are at the Frankfurt Book Fair, with plenty of meetings in their diaries but also more time to make new connections.
‘The main reason I’m here is to support the fair,’ says Brazilian children’s book publisher and IPA vice-president Karine Pansa.
Two leaders in the fields of investment and finance took questions from book industry journalists in this year’s Frankfurt Studio program.