For more than 50 years a bookseller at City Lights, San Francisco’s Paul Yamazaki is the National Book Foundation’s Literarian Award winner.
Books lead expenditures made by young Germans on the new KulturPass, which has generated more than €3.2 million in revenue in two months.
The annual report from Spain’s publishers describes a 10th consecutive year of growth for the country’s book market, at €2.7 billion.
The seven-year-old Seattle-based Libro.fm opens a Bookshop.org-style audiobook-selling service in the UK, Australia, and New Zealand.
The RISE Bookselling project with the EIBF assesses the value of Europe’s four ‘culture pass’ programs for young readers – and the industry.
Jerusalem’s Educational Bookshop has focused on Palestinian literature and nonfiction since its first location opened in 1984.
In only 15 months, MVB UK’s Teleordering platform has been developed and is operating for booksellers and publishers in the United Kingdom.
The European and International Booksellers Federation examines international bookselling trends of 2022, this time with input from 16 nations.
The Torino Book Fair predicts it will surpass last year’s 169,000 visitors, as the publishers’ association announces gains by bookshops.
In Mexico and Brazil, MVB’s Metabooks metadata base will be utilized by Mercado Libre, a leading online sales and auction platform.