Developing ‘global governance around combating anti-science,’ writes Peter Hotez in his new book, is key to ‘Preventing the Next Pandemic.’
Walking more than 12 miles per day, Richard Charkin has time to explore ‘the importance of audio and audiobooks.’
Novels from Yemen, Tunisia, Morocco, Iraq, Sudan, Algeria, Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait are on this year’s longlist.
In a new FGEE survey of Spanish readers, the number of people reading weekly increased from 50 percent in 2019 to 57 percent in 2020.
US books sales in 2020 were mixed, with AAP reporting trade book revenues up but declines in K-12 and higher education materials.
The annual Audie Awards program for audiobooks, now in its 26th year, prepares for a digital awards ceremony on March 22, having started with some 1,500 submissions in the pandemic year.
Riding a big 2020 boost from Saga Egmont and overall digital growth during the pandemic, Denmark’s Lindhardt & Ringhof has ‘ambitious plans’ for 2021.
In China, an interesting new fiction bestseller is mixed with nonfiction—and become a point of debate among Chinese readers.
How do online rights events organized by literary agencies, publishers, and others compare to the physical book fair experience? We hear from several rights folks on how it’s going so far.
The trials of 2020 and outlook for 2021 drive discussions of discoverability, digital, and direct-to-consumer relations in Venice’s forum.