The International Alliance of Independent Publishers’ conference included talks among African publishers about the need to produce locally.
Created by a publisher in Senegal and an author in Niger, the Sarraounia Prize is accepting YA manuscripts by Africa-based writers.
Africa has a larger presence in Frankfurt than ever this year, with a strong contingent of francophone publishers as part of the France Guest of Honor program.
French publishers from Senegal, Guinea and Haiti discuss their distinct challenges.
What are publishers doing in Namibia, Jordan, Senegal and Indonesia? We interview four publishers at the Frankfurt Book Fair to find out.
By Kelvin Smith Now in its fifth year, the Cape Town Book Fair (CTBF) — which starts this Friday, July 30, and runs through Monday, August 2 — is making progress to becoming an event for the whole African publishing world. “This year’s fair is positioning itself as an African affair,” CTBF Director Claudia Kaiser told LitNet. Since the demise …