A prized center of Arabic language, culture, and literature in London is closing amid mounting economic and post-Brexit challenges.
The IPA ‘Sustainability Summit’ becomes a strong draw, this year pulling a full house to its session at the Congress Center.
At Frankfurter Buchmesse, ‘The stands constructed with huge enthusiasm are a testament to optimism,’ Richard Charkin writes.
Brexit bites as Richard Charkin takes his place in line at Flughafen Frankfurt for the big trade show.
Dan Conway is to succeed Stephen Lotinga at the United Kingdom’s Publishers Association, and Nigel Newton becomes president.
The Parliamentary Awards, the only book award known to be voted on by parliamentarians, has its newest trio of winning titles in the UK.
Nine literary and translation centers have residencies for up to 18 translators this year, in the new Translation in Motion program.
The Parliamentary Book Awards, in which political writing is the point, have issued a new and timely shortlist in London.
The UK’s Intellectual Property Office announces it won’t change copyright now, but ‘remains committed to exploring opportunities.’
As much as £2.2 billion (US$3.1 billion) in revenue, the Publishers Association says, is imperiled in the UK’s copyright consultation.