The UK’s Intellectual Property Office ‘pauses plans to rewrite UK copyright laws’, as The Guardian’s Alison Flood puts it.
As much as £2.2 billion (US$3.1 billion) in revenue, the Publishers Association says, is imperiled in the UK’s copyright consultation.
A newly devised program is meant to leverage RECIT’s multi-residency network to move translations of Balkan content forward.
A total 2,661 authors, illustrators, and translators question London’s consultation on post-Brexit copyright.
The pandemic’s effects on bookselling have been mingled with those of Brexit, as booksellers from Sweden and Ireland explain.
‘The biggest threat to our industry post-Brexit,’ says the Publishers Association, is an ‘international copyright exhaustion framework.’
The fifth annual Parliamentary Book Awards from the UK’s booksellers’ and publishers’ associations again name three political titles of note.
A ‘sea change in trade book publishing,’ writes Richard Charkin, accelerate as Brexit puts the UK industry’s EU exclusivity into a new light.
The winners of the 2019 Parliamentary Book Awards are described as demonstrating ‘the contribution books make to the political discussions today.’
London’s CAMEO Awards hail collaborations in Brexitian Britain’s creative industries, honoring book adaptations to film, television, stage, and audio.