From Sweden, Denmark, the UK, Australia, the USA, the Netherlands, and Norway, today’s titles include children’s books and an LGBT graphic novel.
Taking both audiobooks and podcasting together, the Bookwire ‘All About Audio’ program was a multifaceted tour of the issues with a final message to publishers: Streaming is inevitable.
Having just acquired Sonolibro, Saga Egmont director Lasse Korsemann Horne sees the Spanish-language audiobook market as a key territory for expansion.
With in-person rights meetings on hold during the pandemic, FILI and other Nordic literary organizations guarantee 50-percent translation funding for approved grant applications.
Two free stands at Frankfurt are available again this year—one for a winner from Germany and one for an international recipient.
In two announcements days apart, Denmark’s UNSILO publisher software announces agreements with PeerJ and Kyorinsha.
Our Rights Roundup today brings you eight titles written by seven women and one man from seven countries, each book with a clear goal.
Jonas Eika and Kristin Roskifte have been awarded the Nordic Council’s book prizes for this year. Separately, Greta Thunberg declined the environment prize.
The Bologna Children’s Book Fair is mounting a new touring exhibition of illustrations, and Danish AI specialists at UNSILO sign Cambridge University Press.
This year’s ContentShift accelerator program includes both genuinely new startups and some companies that have, as organizers say, ‘market maturity.’