As bookshops are shuttered in many parts of the world in the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, the booksellers’ federation asks for help. And Wales’ Hay Festival continues raising funds to cover its losses.
The publishing industry looks for the way forward–in a world in which what’s truly essential simply may not include physical bookselling for a time.
You might have found works in this Rights Roundup at London Book Fair—had COVID-19 not intervened: From Finland, USA, Spain, France, Sweden, and Italy.
As the COVID-19 emergency rises with remarkable and deadly speed, Amazon moves to prioritize crisis-related products over others.
With one chosen publisher this year talking of ‘loud and distinct, disproportionate and epic voices,’ Books at Berlinale has a strong cohort of 12 books.
Now with South Korea among its markets, Storytel launches its media center Clipsource and projects 1,079,000 subscribers worldwide for this quarter.
At the 2020 International Publishers Congress in May, seven new research reports will be released on leading issues in global publishing.
‘I believe we will surprise you,’ said Canada FBM2020 president Caroline Fortin, as the Frankfurt Guest of Honor scroll passed to her from NORLA director Margit Walsø.
Kicking off Guest of Honor Norway’s daily focus on freedom at the Frankfurt Book Fair, a panel discussed freedom of expression and migration.
Norway, Guest of Honor at the 2019 Frankfurt Book Fair, reveals its pavilion design, complete with conceptual sculptures and a scented art installation.