Johannes Larcher, CEO of Sweden’s Storytel, says that performance in 2023 saw the non-Nordic subscriber base pass 1 million consumers.
The Women’s Prize Trust in the United Kingdom releases the first 16-title longlist in its new Women’s Prize for Nonfiction.
The state of Brandenburg’s ‘Reading Is Life’ campaign is providing some €3 million in book and workbook vouchers to schools.
The IPAF shortlist features Egyptian, Moroccan, Saudi Arabian, Syrian, and Palestinian work and explores ‘human longing for freedom and justice.’
David Shelley, in naming Sally Kim as publisher of Hachette division Little, Brown, says he has admired her work ‘from across the Atlantic’.
The 2024 Yoto Carnegies competition in younger readers books rolls out longlists in writing and illustration. Winners expected on June 20.
During London Book Fair in March, the IPA will contribute to programming and hold various membership meetings on the sidelines.
Two state library networks have expanded the portfolio of North American transformative agreements for Springer Nature.
The deals submitted to us for this Rights Roundup are for books originally from Czechia, Switzerland, Finland, Norway, and France.
At Bologna, the book fair plans a new television and film rights trading center. And in London, the ‘Introduction to Rights’ seminar precedes the trade show.