A first look at the new report on Europe’s book publishing markets highlights the range of impact felt in the first year of the pandemic.
A newly formed initiative, the Comic Art Europe project announces its first winners and is taking entries for its summer training camp.
How do online rights events organized by literary agencies, publishers, and others compare to the physical book fair experience? We hear from several rights folks on how it’s going so far.
Our titles come from the United States, Canada, Finland, Norway, Belgium, and Sweden and include environmentally cognizant writings.
French animation studio TeamTO has acquired TV, film and licensing rights to the ‘Ninn’ graphic novel from Belgian publisher Kennes Éditions.
With Rudy Vanschoonbeek finishing his term as president of the Federation of European Publishers, Rowohlt’s Peter Kraus vom Cleff takes over the role.
Capturing guidance on the COVID-19 pandemic’s effects on publishing in international markets, the IPA’s listing tracks input from member-associations.
Today, our listing of changes to plans amid the COVID-19 emergency features news from the UAE, Canada, the UK, France, and the United States.
At the Brussels Book Fair under Marie Noble’s direction, ‘We’re not only going to flirt’ with Belgium’s Flemish culture, ‘we’re going to get married.’
Unlike many events, the Brussels fair has been able to start its run on time this week–with medical personnel on-site and an eye on the coronavirus.