French and Italian book publishers are engaging in a 3-day translation rights event, each the other’s second-largest rights export market.
‘You realize when you’re a writer that you don’t think of your translators,’ says the 2020 Prix Goncourt-winning author.
In an 11th survey, the French book business sees continued adoption of digital book formats, confirming the ‘digital acceleration’ in the pandemic.
Authors in France who retrieve their rights but find that their books still are being marketed now have an avenue to appeal.
The SDG Publishers Compact was introduced at Frankfurter Buchmesse and today gains the support of Paris’ Syndicat national de l’édition.
The latest in international book fairs, festivals, and trade shows, France’s Salon du Livre Paris cnacels its 2021 iteration.
A newly formed initiative, the Comic Art Europe project announces its first winners and is taking entries for its summer training camp.
The latest survey results from France’s publishers cites respondents saying they’ve read more during the market’s two lockdowns, younger readers taking the lead.
Publisher Martine Paulais wants her new French publishing house, L’Ourse brune, to produce ‘beautiful books’ of short stories.
French booksellers get digital help from Intermarché, as they struggle without an ‘essential business’ exemption during the pandemic.