The clamor on the United States market in political books is reaching a pre-election crescendo this week. NPD sees a a record for the genre.
In today’s Rights Roundup, we have work from Canada, Scotland, France, Finland, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, and a study in Yiddish of Russian imprisonment.
The new Taiwan Creative Content Agency (TAICCA) introduces drama, a historic newsreel, a boyhood tale, and a survey of literature.
‘Nature writing’s got a job to do,’ says author Jim Crumley in Publishing Scotland’s new short documentary, ‘Second Nature.’
In the US, biography and memoir ebooks sold more than 3 million units in the second quarter of 2020, up 59 percent over Q1.
The world’s largest trade show registered 4,165 new buyers and sellers on its Frankfurt Rights platform, 2,388 on the B2B ‘matchmaking tool.’
With 3,627 events on Frankfurt’s digital events calendar for the week, the trade show has kept a big conversation going online.
French booksellers say the annual introduction of new books is about the same as usual, but the consumers’ readiness is challenging.
The Ghanaian founder of Sub-Saharan Publishers outlines the importance of the Africa Publishing Innovation Fund amid the pandemic.
At the Frankfurt Book Fair conference, writer Bernardine Evaristo delivered a forceful keynote on the systemic bias against people of color in the UK publishing industry.