The revived world of ‘massive open online courses’ has prompted Springer Nature to work with Italian universities on new textbooks for MOOCs.
Still planning to mount a first children’s book fair in Moscow next year, BolognaFiere is ‘in’ Moscow this week but primarily digitally.
With shortlists expected late this month, the American Literary Translators Association has work from 13 languages in contention.
ViacomCBS is expected to reactivate the sale process for Simon & Schuster this month, and Bertelsmann’s chief says he’s interested.
The International Publishers Association calls on Brasilia to abandon plans for new book taxes, as the econmy sharply contracts.
Nonfiction continues strong in the American market amid the traditional August slowdown, and ahead of a release-heavy autumn.
With a reading festival already under way for a month, the Beijing trade show opens ‘phase one’ of its online evocation.
Aimed at supporting Dutch startups and organizations that promote reading, ‘Renew the Book’ Innovation Award is now accepting submissions for the 2021 prize.
The Singapore Literature Prize program honors work in the four official languages of the island nation: Chinese, English, Malay, and Tamil.
With more books’ imagery planned for coming years, the Skechers-Dr. Suess agreement starts with ‘The Cat in the Hat’ in Europe and North America.