The leadership of 14 international book fairs in 13 nations agree to suspend contact with Russian state institutions and agencies.
The understandable ‘ban all Russian publishing’ response from some to Putin’s assault on Ukraine overlooks Russia’s independent book sector.
The ninth iteration of the China Shanghai International Children’s Book is moving its 2022 dates to July, under COVID-19 restrictions.
Interview: The director of the Book Arsenal Festival in Kyiv talks about life amid missile strikes and Putin’s ‘crime against humanity.’
The ‘IPA Academy’ program being opened with Sharjah Book Authority, is geared to support publishers with digital skills and advancement.
In response to an appeal led by the Lithuanian Culture Institute, three major book fairs issue statements about Russia and Ukraine.
With 14 jurors having worked their way through 2,215 submissions from 61 countries, the 2022 Bologna Ragazzi Award winners are announced.
‘The buzz and energy’ of Bologna Children’s Book Fair, Elena Pasoli says, is powered by publishers’ confirmations from 50 nations.
Michèle Roberts in Italy and Maggie O’Farrell in England: Bologna and London announce brand-name author participation.
This year, Bologna Children’s Book Fair’s Illustrators’ Exhibition features winning work from 78 artists in 29 international markets.