Calling Antje Rávik Strubel’s book literature ‘that opposes injustice and violence,’ the German Book Prize 2021 jury honors ‘Blaue Frau.’
The Prix Voltaire shortlist, honoring valor in the defense of free speech, includes publishers in Guatemala, Turkey, Lebanon, Belarus, and Gaza.
With a solid cohort of experienced leaders and a strong start on shareholders’ backing, the ‘WEXFO’ is announcing its start in Norway.
The Börsenverein is announcing a digital ‘translation slam’ in which the winning translators’ work will be presented to the audience on November 9.
Said to demonstrate ‘an immense delight and expertise in storytelling,’ the German Book Prize shortlist will yield to a winner on October 18.
The Börsenverein and federal interior ministry have opened ‘Days of the Regions’ with a jury’s selection the ‘Most Beautiful Regional Book.’
German publishers say that robust ebook performance last year and this year could be impacted by state-subsidized e-lending.
The implementation of Germany’s Copyright Knowledge Society Act is seen in a new survey to be cutting into textbook sales.
The longlist for the German Book Prize includes five authors’ debuts, and a focus on both ‘origin and history’ and contemporary concerns.
The German Book Prize announces a series of author readings running through October 1 and set in many parts of Germany.