Children’s rights agent Stephanie Barrouillet sees challenges in the late-pandemic approaches the industry has had to adopt.
The Association of Italian Publishers participates in Monday’s Bologna Book Plus conference and shares 2020 book publishing and rights sales data from Italy.
The contest drew 1,577 entries from 41 countries. Seven nations are represented among the winners, the United Kingdom with two wins.
‘As we become ever more interdependent,’ Richard Charkin writes, the IPA is uniquely positioned to ‘protect, support, and nurture’ publishing.
As Italy’s 18App for young adults gains increased government funding for 2021, France experiments with its own ‘Pass Culture.’
Ediciones Ekaré editor Adolfo Córdova wins, with Juan Palomino’s illustrations. And the jury spots four special mentions, as well.
The June digital edition of the trade show for younger readers’ content outlines some of its plans for an expanding stretch on the calendar.
London Book Fair’s ‘What Works?’ education conference will take a series of looks at educational issues arising from the pandemic.
Today naming themes set for six days in the latter part of June, London Book Fair also announces four conferences before Bologna.
Noting ‘how fundamental it is to create collaborative networks,’ the Italian publishers’ association signs on with BolognaFiere.