The 39th edition of the Liber series of book fairs in Madrid and Barcelona returns to its physical setting, October 13 to 15.
José Borghino tells WIPO, ‘Publishers need a clear legal framework with appropriate exclusive rights and effective enforcement’ in copyright.
Despite having more than 20 percent of the world’s forests, Russia is market with a paper shortage that means higher book prices.
Even as Emmanuel Macron names reading the ‘great national cause’ of the year, France’s publishers are celebrating ‘book resilience’ in 2020.
‘Cultural globalization and digitization trends have accelerated the publishing industry’s own globalization,’ says IPA’s president.
The author, university professor, and evolving-media specialist opens a new project in creative work and the digital context.
In 2020, the report says, more than 71,000 audiobooks were published in the States, up 39 percent over 2019.
In its second year, the distributor’s ‘All About Audio’ event hears from key companies’ representatives on their offers and observations.
In Taipei, the Grayhawk Agency was making submissions and getting silence back from the world. In Tel Aviv, Yaniv Iczkovits was launching his new book—a month before the second lockdown.
Day 2 of digital discussions at the Jerusalem International Book Forum examine the impact of the coronavirus on international book publishing.