The Association of University Presses launches its ‘Global Partner Program’ to reach publishers in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, and Latin America.
Losing its physical fair to a COVID-19 outbreak within days of opening, Taiwan’s biggest book fair extends its online run—by four months.
Rights and licensing are part of the Taipei Book Fair’s Publishers Training Program, produced digitally with Frankfurter Buchmesse.
Looking to celebrate undiscovered authors and illustrators, Ehomebooks launches the International Children’s Picture Book Award.
The IPA Prix Voltaire-winning author and former spokesperson is reported to have been arrested in Ho Chi Minh City.
‘Championing authentic Asian representation through media to reshape public opinion,’ Gold House opens a new book club.
Organizers of the 27th Beijing International Book Fair announce 1,400 exhibitors registered for their ‘Smart Rights Link’ online platform.
As the term ‘Asian’ begins ‘to groan under the weight of its load’ of many cultures, Jennifer Shyue looks at Peruvian writers in translation.
The first event in a new webinar series looks at the ‘super powers’ each of three growing world publishing markets have to deploy.
With a reading festival already under way for a month, the Beijing trade show opens ‘phase one’ of its online evocation.