A timely selection, Chris Williams’ ‘Chip War’ from Simon & Schuster wins the £30,000 FT Book of the Year Award in London.
A prized center of Arabic language, culture, and literature in London is closing amid mounting economic and post-Brexit challenges.
Guadalajara’s book fair has closed with 806,805 visitors, and Sharjah Book Authority’s guest of honor pavilion drew at least 450,000.
In its data released today, AAP sees US book industry’s overall revenues down 1.4 percent in September, compared to September 2021.
The 2022 edition of Italy’s public-facing book fair ‘Più libri più liberi’ features sessions for professionals at Rome’s La Nuvola.
Harvard’s Tiya Miles wins the Cundill History Prize’s top honor for ‘All That She Carried,’ a 2021 National Book Award winner.
The 13-year lead in communications and public relations at Frankfurt is taking a position with Wiesbaden’s new Museum Reinhard Ernst.
Three English translations of Arabic literary works are now are in contention for the 2022 Saif Ghobash Banipal Prize.
The 2022 AAP Jeri Laber Award honors Venezuela’s Editorial Dahbar, ‘one of the few publishers still operating in the country.’
Based in Frankfurt, Bookwire’s expansion into the French market includes audiobook production and distribution work with Banijay.