Bologna Children’s Book Fair at 60 makes a major rights-trading change, opening its Agents’ Center to adult as well as children’s content.
The James Cropper Wainwright Prize is in its ninth year and focused on ‘the beauty of the natural world’ at a time of climate crisis.
Timely funding from the UK’s Department for International Trade supports training for independent publishers headed for Frankfurt.
Tracie Hall, the first Black woman executive director of the American Library Association, receives this year’s lifetime literary award.
Following the short tenure of Andy Ventris in the role, Gareth Rapley is named the next London Book Fair director for RX (Reed Exhibitions).
The new program piloted in late August brought together Frankfurt and Abu Dhabi players in book-fair strategy and presentation.
Six titles are shortlisted this year by this 10-year-old award for nonfiction that contributes to ‘global cultural understanding.’
The new PageBreak conference in San Francisco names more speakers to explore innovation in book publishing on October 27 and 28.
The Polari Prize program this year adds a children’s and YA honor, with its shortlist coming later this month.
The new FinElib transformative agreement may reach researchers at as many as 30 institutions, according to Springer Nature.