In Buenos Aires, there are books for sale on what seems to be every corner and may be more books per sale per capita than perhaps any other city in the world. By Edward Nawotka BUENOS AIRES: We’re currently in the midst of the Buenos Aires International Book Fair — better known to Spanish-speakers as the Feria del Libro. The …
By Edward Nawotka Every year the International Publishers Association, the International Booksellers Federation (IBF) and the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) to grant the title of UNESCO World Book Capital to one city. This year the World Book Capital is is Ljubljana, Slovenia. Next year it will be Buenos Aires, Argentina, and in 2012 — it has …
Cathleen Robitaille of Librairie Clavreuil will be at the Abu Dhabi International Book Fair: ‘Our aim is to discuss our love of old books together.’
As book-bannings sweep the United States, two campaigns from the industry demonstrate different styles and tones of response.
Now in its fourth decade, the Abu Dhabi International Book Fair in 2019 saw 1,065 exhibitors sell 119,633 books to 149,000 visitors.
Appearing at Paris’ Festival du Livre, International Booker-shortlisted Geetanjali Shree discusses translation and ‘a very eclectic moment.’
A new, fundraising opportunity for Ukraine’s book publishing industry has been coordinated by Frankfurt and its sister organizations.
A seven-year member of parliament, the minister of London Paul Scully, tours LBF, the guest of the Publishers Association.
Organizers of the 11th Book Arsenal Festival and its venue, the Mystetskyi Arsenal, have released a statement to worried colleagues.
In China, 2021 was a ‘grim’ year for physical bookstores, and online book sales also leveled off, according to research from Beijing OpenBook.