Normally the first annual major publishing trade show of the year, London Book Fair is the last to join its sister events online.
The winners of this year’s publishing-house awards are based in Tanzania, Switzerland, Iran, the United States, Colombia, and New Zealand.
Nonfiction books ‘deserve a big stage right now,’ says the Börsenverein’s Karin Schmidt-Friderichs as this program names a first winner.
Frankfurt Book Fair may be more focused than usual on independent publishers, as the new ‘Workstations’ meet needs for flexibility.
The contest drew 1,577 entries from 41 countries. Seven nations are represented among the winners, the United Kingdom with two wins.
Ediciones Ekaré editor Adolfo Córdova wins, with Juan Palomino’s illustrations. And the jury spots four special mentions, as well.
The 15-year-old award program, says secretary-general Dr. Ali Bin Tamim, now has honored a total 100 laureates.
‘Forging strategic alliances with regional and international partners’ is part of the Abu Dhabi Arabic Language Centre’s goals.
The June digital edition of the trade show for younger readers’ content outlines some of its plans for an expanding stretch on the calendar.
In four important programs at the fair, the award will present commentary from—and conversation with—winners from 2020 and 2021.