Praising ‘her infectious love of books,’ the National Book Foundation names Nancy Pearl the recipient of one of two lifetime achievement awards.
Artificial intelligence and copyright, legal consideration and ethics, are in play in a dual-speaker Charles Clark Lecture this year.
The writer and broadcast presenter Viv Groskop joins the jury when Mel Giedroyc needs to step away from the assignment for this year.
The Reykjavík International Literary Festival is a biennial player in publishing focused on an immersive exchange of ideas and commentary.
Following the Al-Rodhan partnership’s seed funding, the British Academy now carries this nonfiction prize forward.
Using close to 100 exhibitor tents, the Warsaw Book Fair moves outdoors this month to make its return in an open-air setting.
This Rights Roundup features work from France, Finland, India, the United States, Denmark, and Italy, starting with a thriller from Helsinki.
Three publishers and four initiatives are shortlisted for the ABC International Excellence Award for Accessible Publishing, to be awarded at Frankfurt.
Aaliya’s Books, a much-loved Beirut bookstore named for a character in a Rabih Alameddine novel, has lost the battle to stay open—for now.
There may be clues in the metadata behind an apparent yearlong downturn in US thriller and suspense sales, even as women authors rise in the category.