Updates from Frankfurt’s Guest of Honor Georgia (2018) and Guest of Honor Norway (2019) as Frankfurter Buchmesse 2022 approaches.
IPA names Brazilian publisher Karine Pansa as its next—and third woman—president, and Gvantsa Jobava is named as vice-president.
France’s Strasbourg is to begin its tenure as UNESCO’s World Book Capital on April 23, 2024, as Accra concludes its year in the role.
Author and essayist Anne Applebaum told American publishers at their annual meeting that they have a role to play, both in Russia and China.
Translation funding as well as scholarships are to be supported by the Stand With Ukrainian Fund established by Sharjah and Wroclaw.
The author-filmmaker Iva Pezuashvili wins the €10,000 European Union Prize for Literature in its newly evolved single-prize format.
The inaugural Caucasus and Black Sea Basin conference was the centerpiece of the UNESCO World Book Capital closer in Tbilisi.
The Spanish-language collective delegation to London Book Fair cites 30.10 million copies to Europe among its exports.
‘Great prospects for establishing business or cultural relations’ lie in the Caucasus area publishing conference, says Gvantsa Jobava.
Ukrainian publishing colleagues will be able to participate digitally in this regional exchange of issues and views, April 11 and 12.