In our show daily for the second day of the Frankfurt Book Fair, Publishing Perspectives offers a glimpse into the global e-book market from retailers, publishers and experts. Download the issue here.
Peter Florence, the director of UK-based Hay Festivals, on his first visit to the Frankfurt Book Fair and the resilience of good writing
The Guadalajara International Book Fair, this November 24 to December 2, offers a myriad of opportunities for fun and professional deal-making.
UK independent booksellers met last week to debate selling e-books, the deal with Kobo, and despite the prognostications, still maintained a sense of optimism.
France’s annual orgy of new fiction, the rentrée littéraire, or literary season, is underway, but some in publishing think it’s doing more harm than good.
The World Congress of the International Board on Books for Young People runs in London, August 23-26 on the theme of Translations and Migrations.
From Jaipur to Melbourne to Edinburgh, Word Alliance aims to help top international book festivals lobby for government funding and to spread best practices.
St. Mark’s in New York and Atlantis Books in Greece are just two of the bookstores that turned to the internet for financial salvation, in a growing trend.
Defying traditional models of film distribution, The Silver Goat debuted on the iPad allowing it to instantly reach a broad international audience.
Jeet Thayil answers questions about his novel Narcopolis, courting controversy in India, his reception abroad, and challenging convention in fiction.