With a goal of getting South African authors’ work to the country’s readers, the African Book Trust is working to donate bookjs to library collections.
Capturing one of the richest purses for young writers, Australian Fiona McFarlane wins the Dylan Thomas for work called ‘stunning’ and ‘unforgettable.’
From The Hindu: Leveraging its extensive collection of Marathi literature, the little town of Bhilar has established itself as India’s first ‘book village.’
Author and publisher groups are protesting a change in Amazon’s third-party sales policy. The retailer says it’s in line with ‘the rest of Amazon.’
The Publishing Scotland translation fund sets a deadline of August 4 for applications, and Mark Allin departs after 16 years at Wiley.
Sponsored post from Apex CoVantage: May 23rd webinar will showcase tools that streamline the process of uploading, formatting, and publishing images.
From Crain’s New York Business: Dedicated to bringing international books to US readers, New Vessel Press is a self-funded independent publisher.
Ten years after publishing its original edition, the Hay Festival in Colombia announces the authors in the latest Bogotá39 anthology.
From the Tehran Times and Financial Tribune: Of more than 1,600 publishers at the 30th Tehran International Book Fair, 380 are said to be from outside Iran.
Calling the Philippines ‘a country enmeshed in entertainment and feel-good books,’ Tyrone Velez writes that literary intelligence is threatened.