‘Il Nuovo Futoro’–the New Future–is the title of this year’s Umberto and Elisabetta Mauri program in bookselling and publishing.
Today’s Rights Roundup features writings from France, South Africa, Greece, Finland, and the United Kingdom.
Seventeen university presses have committed to a new framework to address ‘who we work with and what we publish.’
IPA, CPJ, and several embassies condemn the defamation verdict against PRH Perú’s Jerónimo Pimentel and author Christopher Acosta.
Print book sales by volume in the United States was the highest ever recorded by NPD BookScan, with adult fiction as the leading growth category.
Storytel reports good momentum for its audiobook and ebook streaming services in Poland, Russia, and Turkey—and less so in the Netherlands.
The SNE warns of ‘a concentration such as the French book market has never known’ in the merger of Vivendi and Lagardère.
Children’s and YA books grew 9.4 percent in 2021 over 2019 in Germany, gaining even over pre-pandemic levels, the Börsenverein reports.
The Association of American Publishers finds international backing for its lawsuit of Maryland’s new library digital book licensing law.
The downturn in print book sales in Russia may have been as deep as between 50 and 70 percent, according to editor Svetlana Zorin.