Powerful testimony to literature’s importance—and the industry’s resilience—punctuate Frankfurter Buchmesse’s’ in-person opening.
Swedish readers are finding themselves in a widening conversation around gender relations based in a debut, ‘Letters to Men.’
The historian Margaret MacMillan, a former Cundill History Prize jury chair, speaks with current chair, Michael Ignatieff, in a Frankfurt Studio event.
Canada’s first Indigenous governor general, Mary May Simon, is to include Frankfurt Book Fair in her state visit to Germany this month.
A 2020 BookNet Canada survey of English-language Canadian independent booksellers shows that many stores had set up e-commerce before the pandemic.
Looking at ‘well-studied subjects in different ways,’ Peter Frankopan inaugurates the Thalia Potamianos Lecture Series in Athens, October 7.
The newly opened pilot with Iowa State and Knowledge Unlatched will monitor funds and administer Iowa State University Library’s payments.
Today’s Rights Roundup features work from England, Norway, Germany, France, Canada, and a film in pre-production with Jake Gyllenhaal.
In praise of resilience, creativity, and its cultural ‘Singular Plurality,’ Guest of Honor Canada is looking for ‘where we discover the raw material of inspiration.”
With its finalists to be named from Frankfurter Buchmesse, the Cundill History Prize releases its shortlist.