The founder of Yoda Press, Arpita Das, looks at translation trends in India and why fewer nonfiction and Indian-language titles are translated.
Looking at the world’s issues and hot spots, Richard Charkin writes of ‘how important publishing is, now more than ever.’
Richard Charkin sees in David Shelley’s US-UK Hachette CEO appointment a chance for more commitment to world English rights.
The 2023 University Presses Week program features a range of key works and titles from Association of University Presses member publishers.
Penguin Random House CEO Nihar Malaviya talks of ‘an environment where all employees are empowered to grow’ in PRH’s first DEI report.
The copyright pages most people flip past may ‘represent both a history of the book and of our industry.’ Richard Charkin reads them first.
Richard Charkin, now on his 51st Frankfurt, concludes his observations with a look at the fair, the industry, and how it’s all holding up.
A new survey on literary agents’ experience surfaces concerns about the business model’s viability, diversity, and burnout in a demanding job.
Ahead of Frankfurt Book Fair, advisory board member Richard Charkin urges CEOs to focus on their P&L statements’ lines defined as ‘rights.’
Allegations of political indoctrination, distorted history, and flagrant errors are greeting Mexico’s new government-made textbooks.