The Spanish publishing industry has gained new clarity on where it stands with the government and is ratcheting up its demands for pendemic assistance.
Writers’ British Book Awards include Evaristo, Carty-Williams, Rowling, Donaldson, Jackson, Taddeo, Allinson and Featherstone.
Taking advantage of the weekend’s UN-led emphasis on small business, many in publishing are pointing to the role these shops play in the world industry.
As the phrase goes in French, ‘l’union fait la force’—unity creates strength. International-language bookstores in Paris are coming together for mutual support.
The Russian market’s book publishing sector has been designated by the state as eligible for special financial support during the pandemic.
The chief of the Italian publishers association tells Rome that its support for badly damaged cultural organizations is not enough: A family allotment for cultural spending is the next ask.
Asking consumers to remember what booksellers mean to them, Spain’s publishing industry associations roll out a campaign to reopen book retailers.
The annual Asian Festival of Children’s Content–itself postponed to October–this year takes its illustration show online with 13 nations’ illustrators represented in the curated collection.
This week’s online edition of Buzz Books Presents from Publishers Lunch features six key titles for the autumn and winter.
In April, German bookstores saw hardcover and first-edition paperbacks sales drop by 47.3 percent, according to Börsenblatt magazine.