The latest ‘Digital Consumer Book Barometer’ includes statistics from Italy, the German-language markets, Spain, Brazil, Mexico, and French-language Canada.
Nonfiction books ‘deserve a big stage right now,’ says the Börsenverein’s Karin Schmidt-Friderichs as this program names a first winner.
Eight titles now are in contention for the €25,000 honor, in the delayed first award cycle of the German Nonfiction Prize.
Publishers in three countries have submitted more than 200 titles for the jury’s consideration in the 2021 competition.
Has the pandemic accelerated lasting digital adoption among readers? Bookwire offers an early look at ebook and audiobook sales in three markets this year.
Called a ‘Diversity Report,’ a new study looks at the status of translated literature various book markets, with emphasis on Austria and Slovenia.
Using Libreka’s positioning in the German-language markets, Rakuten OverDrive opens a new partnership, as Germany’s Bookwire expands internationally and wins a Digital Publishing Award.
Author Rivka Galchen tells the Festival Neue Literatur’s Ulfers Prize audience, ‘We are so fortunate to have Susan Bernofsky working in the trade of translation.’
This year’s Festival Neue Literatur has asked participating writers to look at what memories mean in their work and in the world of their careers.
New York City’s Festival Neue Literatur reaches its first decade with a program set at five venues and featuring the work of contemporary German-language authors.