The monthly report from the Association of American Publishers sees the United States’ book industry up 23.4 percent year-to-date.
Seven German book publishers—’competitors in real life,’ says Klett-Cotta publisher Tom Kraushaar—look forward to the next gathering.
In revenue, the Italian trade market sees 42-percent growth over the first six months of 2020, per the publishers association.
‘NPD Books’ Brenna Connor says there’s a possibility that the American market will go into the autumn with double-digit year-to-date gains.
A new EIBF report reveals how booksellers in Europe responded to the pandemic in 2020 and what changed in the book retail landscape.
While online sales have proved to be robust, city bookstores are challenged by urban areas described as ‘increasingly deserted.’
Despite having more than 20 percent of the world’s forests, Russia is market with a paper shortage that means higher book prices.
The downturns of April 2020 lead to strong comparative showings by the US industry in April 2021 in the new StatShot report from AAP.
The latest ‘Digital Consumer Book Barometer’ includes statistics from Italy, the German-language markets, Spain, Brazil, Mexico, and French-language Canada.
Even as Emmanuel Macron names reading the ‘great national cause’ of the year, France’s publishers are celebrating ‘book resilience’ in 2020.