With summer school titles driving contemporary classics sales, China’s July charts were busy with a robust interest in etiquette.
Industry Notes: Frankfurt Rights Meeting’s Tom Chatfield chairs the ALCS, and Singapore Book Council has announced its translation event.
London’s 13-year-old HopeRoad Publishing, focused on Caribbean, African, and Asian work, announces it’s having cash-flow struggles.
Both in fiction and nonfiction, China’s bestseller charts in June reflected readers’ deepening interest in national culture and history.
Two rights meetings are being restored to physical operations in November by Japan’s Publishing Industry Foundation.
In its first fully physical iteration since 2019, Beijing International Book Fair reports that it drew some 200,000 attendees in four days.
PublisHer’s Bodour Al Qasimi leads the opening of a Korean chapter in Seoul, advancing women ‘without having to change who we are.’
Seoul International Book Fair opens with a 180-person delegation from Guest of Honor Sharjah and a visit from first lady Kim Keon-hee.
Three editions of one 2008 book were on OpenBook’s April bestseller fiction lists in China, powered by a new, touring stage adaptation.
Running four days starting June 15, the 29th Beijing International Book Fair is to be staged at the National Convention Center.