Peirene Press founder Meike Ziervogel is spending a year in Beirut to learn the language and translate more of the region’s literature into English.
With the freedom to publish among lead topics, the International Publishers Association’s 32nd congress in New Delhi will look for common ground.
The chief of the UK’s 90-year-0ld Faber & Faber will tell the Quantum audience at the London Book Fair that however troubling Brexit’s confusions may be, publishing holds the world’s ‘editorial centrality’ in its hands: and that means it has a job to do.
Sexual and gender relations, insects in our neighborhood, and historical fiction about genius: this month’s rights roundup includes work originally published in English, Swedish, and Norwegian.
UK start-up BookMachine has been organizing casual meetups for London publishers, but is soon to launch a social network to help match needs with job seekers.
A preview of BISG’s upcoming ‘Making Information Pay: Publishers Making a Profit By Making a Difference’ conference on May 26 focusing on the benefits of corporate social responsibility in publishing.
One bookstore company has offered medical workers a lifetime 20-percent discount in China, as the virus pressures normal sales.
Penguin Random House anticipates a full transition to green energy by 2022, writes Markus Dohle, well ahead of some of the new Bertelsmann guidelines.
The short film ”Reading Where the Wild Things Are in The Great Rift Valley’ was released last October and has been singled out by London’s EVCOM awards.
Two corporate leaders in international publishing, Penguin Random House and Ingram, are kicking off the ‘season of giving’ with support for book related charities.