The bestselling novels in Germany in 2015 were diverse, from children’s to crime, new voices to established authors, with plenty of translations in the mix.
Manuel Gil challenges assertions that Spain’s book industry is diverse and competitive, calling them science fiction.
Despite media reports to the contrary, Spain’s publishing industry is robust and diverse, and investing for the future, writes Antonio María Ávila.
After its Guest of Honor appearance at the 2014 Frankfurt Book Fair, publishers in Finland saw more global interest in their books, especially from China.
Ahead of the 2015 Rights Directors Meeting at the Frankfurt Book Fair, French rights directors talk about how global publishers can sell rights into France.
The number of bookstores in Sweden is declining, but those still in business are now getting out of the red, benefitting from poor online competition.
Look beyond crime and discover the latest Swedish titles that were on display at the 2015 Göteborg Book Fair, including fiction, children’s and YA books.
Exclusive: Two Barcelona literary agents launch The Spanish Bookstage, a new online rights and licensing platform for Spanish-language book titles.
Kenneth Andersen’s The Great Devil War series has sold more than 130,000 in Denmark, but has yet to reach English audiences laments translator K.E. Semmel.
In Greece, publishers have stopped printing and bookstore sales have dropped of as much as 90% since new capital controls went into effect in June.