The timeliness and relevance of issue-driven literature is captured in the 10-book longlist for nonfiction from the US National Book Awards.
The IDW-Penguin Random House Publisher Services agreement sees comic books, trade collections, and graphic novels going to ‘direct market.’
Five of the 10 authors on the National Book Award longlist in fiction have been honored in various stages of the program in the past.
A new international rights hit for Sourcebooks, Scarlett St. Clair’s ‘dark fantasy romance’ has just sold into at least eight territories.
The children’s publisher Kids Can Press has partnered with Nelvana to develop content from Black writers, submissions opening now.
Ahead of October’s Frankfurt Conference, Richard Charkin looks at open access: ‘Let us not write off the traditional subscription model.’
These 10 longlisted titles include verse, illustration, and prose about gender, sexual identity, race, politics, family history, world events.
The Börsenverein and federal interior ministry have opened ‘Days of the Regions’ with a jury’s selection the ‘Most Beautiful Regional Book.’
With the next Jerusalem International Book Forum scheduled for May, the associated Zev Birger Fellowship has extended its deadline.
Storytel reports seeing a rise in audiobook downloads in Russia by 45 percent in the last year. LitRes leads market.