Swedish readers are finding themselves in a widening conversation around gender relations based in a debut, ‘Letters to Men.’
‘The buzz and energy’ around the in-person Frankfurter Buchmesse, says Stephanie Barrouillet, ‘is needed.’
AAP’s Maria A. Pallante praises ‘the incredible dedication and innovation of the industry’ in a remarkable year’s outcome.
The New York City Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment points out that 20 of the 25 finalists were written or published in the city.
Today’s Rights Roundup features work from England, Norway, Germany, France, Canada, and a film in pre-production with Jake Gyllenhaal.
The school systems’ reading lists were put away in August, but China’s charts continued to turn over slowly. The fastest movers were in fiction.
The 21st edition of the SA Book Awards has a three-category shortlist of four titles each, bestsellers voted on by the market’s booksellers.
Environmental activist Trang Nguyen is releasing her first book for young readers. She and Sorya the sun bear are making rights sales.
The children’s publisher Kids Can Press has partnered with Nelvana to develop content from Black writers, submissions opening now.
The five-year-old International Excellence Award-winning ‘Inspiring Readers’ program reaches nearly 300,000 students in the new school year.