‘Perhaps we should consider courtesy in our industry,’ writes Richard Charkin. And even Boris Johnson doesn’t escape this one.
Avidly read history-and-humor series continued their hold on the nonfiction book consumer base in China at the end of 2021.
Recommendations for this year’s gathering of publishers, literary agents, and producers have come from more than 30 countries.
The northern-Finnish rights-trading program ‘Black Hole: Books Meet Rights’ has its second annual outing, February 11 and 12.
Digital acceleration: Growth outlined in Edinburgh University Press’ annual report includes a 49-percent gain in ebook sales, year over year.
The Peace Prize of the German Book Trade, which honors contributions to ‘peace, humanity, and understanding,’ has opened for 2022 nominations.
Praised by the jury for ‘faithfully echoing the style’ of author Rasha Adly, translator Sarah Enany wins the £3,000 Banipal Prize.
The second cycle of the German Nonfiction Prize has again drawn submissions from publishers in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
The book industry’s lead honor for freedom to publish, the Prix Voltaire will be presented this year in Jakarta at the IPA’s 33rd World Publishing Congress.
To ‘survey this year’s harvest,’ as jury chair Neil MacGregor puts it, the Booker Foundation announces its 2022 jurors.