The inaugural rights center at Nairobi International Book Fair featured B2B meetings and an issue-driven panel discussion.
Istanbul’s accomplished literary agent Nermin Mollaoğlu is opening a new press in London with Tasja Dorkofikis and Geraldine D’Amico.
The Prix Albertine Jeunesse winners are chosen in four age-defined groups of bilingual French- and English-language students in North America.
With its Paris Book Market opening today, BIEF is observing 150 years of its service to French publishing in the international industry.
The second iteration of the Salon de Livre Africain du Paris featured some 60 publishers from France and 11 markets in Africa.
Publishers are building up their rights and digital business at Cairo International Book Fair this year, despite regional economic challenges.
The new iteration of the francophone book fair in Beirut was designed ‘to have the author meet the public’ in beleaguered Lebanon.
‘Every mobile can became a pocket library,’ according to digital book distributor Juan Pirlot de Corbion at YouScribe.
The IPA Africa Publishing Innovation Fund’s ‘Spotlight on Africa’ program at Frankfurt: Issues and Publishers.
The Stockholm-based audiobook corporation Storytel, in association with some of French publishing’s biggest players, goes live in France.