13 international book fair directors gathered in Mexico to discuss their progress and evolving viewpoints on the industry and its trade events.
German Book Office Editors’ Trip participants will get a first-hand look at current trends, books, and ideas in the German children’s book industry, June 26-July 1.
Nobody’s wrong, there’s no blame here, and no easy answers, either. But world publishing has a calendar-stuffing problem and we’re giddy on jet fuel: we can do better.
Telling Publishing Perspectives about her ‘good, great partnership’ with London’s Quarto, Sharjah’s Bodour bint Sultan Al Qasimi announces that Kalimat Quarto will begin distribution in early 2017.
‘My personal highlight will be meeting the amazing Judith Kerr,’ Jacks Thomas tell us in a pre-London Book Fair chat. She’s readying, again, ‘a global platform’ for the books industry.
Can a country have a particular illustration style or aesthetic? Four German publishers tackle this question as the Bologna Book Fair takes place.
Klaus Humann, publisher of Aladin Verlag in Germany, talks about small publishing houses and his global search for children’s books and illustrators.
Solidifying its hold on the Czech children’s book market, Albatros Media acquires Danish consortium Egmont’s Czech operation.
Literary agent Jenny Bent discusses the current state of foreign rights deals and how she has been so successful growing her business worldwide
Ahead of the Bologna Book Fair, where Germany is Guest of Honor, German children’s book publishers about the rights opportunities they are seeing globally.