International rights directors at two UK book publishers survey the continued importance of rights to an industry in search of new revenue channels.
Literary agent Stephanie Barrouillet is preparing her rights list of French, Spanish and international children’s books to showcase at the Bologna Book Fair
Can you afford not to capitalize on every revenue opportunity? Licensing specialist Kris Kliemann says rights are your whole staff’s business.
Spain’s Elisa Yuste talks us through leading concepts and directions in apps for kids and young adults in the coming year, including more apps for ‘Android kids.’
For publishing players looking to know more about entry points into some of Europe’s book markets, Aldus’ new brochure may be useful.
Growing interest in German children’s books led to a translation competition to identify up-and-coming translators. Here we announce the top translators.
With Brazil still immersed in an economic crisis, Brazilian publishers attend the Guadalajara Book Fair in Mexico to make deeper connections across Latin America.
When ‘an increasingly globalized and educated population’ demands more, ‘publishers are faced with the challenge of redefining an industry,’ in the United Arab Emirates.
Determinedly offbeat, the Polish children’s publisher Dwie Siostry—created by three, not two, associates—embodies both the spirit of its market’s potential and the struggle of its economy’s realities.
It’s no surprise that book publishing giant Penguin Random House has plenty of success selling rights around the world. Here are their most recent highlights from the US and UK.