In the run-up to COP26, the Springer Nature Group creates a Climate Action Officer position as it works with the SDG Publishers Compact.
‘Blackness beyond borders’ is surfaced in the work of Afro-Italian writers in a culture often assumed to be white.
The work in our Rights Roundup comes from Norway, Finland, France, and from Spain by way of an Italian tale of bravery.
Tailored to play in multiple markets, Ahmed Al Ameri’s new Sharjah Book Authority initiative targets readers’ favorite topics.
With the return to school on the horizon, classroom reading lists dominate the mid-summer charts in China for July.
The Publishers Association of New Zealand Te Rau o Tākupu has a daylong conference, with trade show directors and IPA’s Bodour Al Qasimi.
Totting up the pros and cons of being an independent publisher, Richard Charkin assesses Mensch Publishing on its third anniversary.
The National Centre for Writing’s ‘Noirwich’ festival features paid in-person workshops in Norwich and free author events online.
The Fryxelius brothers’ ‘Terraforming Mars’ gets its first book tie-in from Asmodee and its imprint Aconyte Books, in English and Danish.
Three leading writers’ organizations in Europe call for coordinated response to the Lukashenko regime’s brutality.