The inaugural rights center at Nairobi International Book Fair featured B2B meetings and an issue-driven panel discussion.
African publishers at Nairobi International Book Fair look at market challenges: the desire to produce fiction and local-language literature.
A Frankfurt-Paris Fellow, Karla Kutzner is the founder of Berlin’s InterKontinental press with a bookstore and literature festival.
Bibi Bakare-Yusuf’s new nonfiction award for Black women writers offers a contract and advance to the author of an unpublished manuscript.
The SA Book Awards program bases its shortlist on the bestseller date of Nielsen BookScan in a program now 23 years old.
The 24th edition of Kenya’s Nairobi International Book Fair this year adds a ‘Rights Café’ for business meetings and networking.
Titles in this Frankfurt-bound Rights Roundup include work originally published in New Zealand, Taiwan, South Korea, the United States, France, and Norway.
A project of the Frankfurt Book Fair and Torino Book Fair, the first Aficionado Award goes to Lola Shoneyin and her Aké Arts and Book Festival
London’s 13-year-old HopeRoad Publishing, focused on Caribbean, African, and Asian work, announces it’s having cash-flow struggles.
Three inaugural shortlistees are to be honored at Salone Internazionale del Libro di Torino in the new Aficionado Award program.