Interview: ‘The Female Publisher’s’ Anne Friebel says that she and co-founder Josefine Podei have created the network they saw was needed.
The Copenhagen-based Saga Egmont division of Lindhard & Ringhof is making English-language audiobooks for four new partner presses.
The emphasis in the new children’s imprint at Saga Egmont is on translation of audio works into as-yet unexploited languages and territories.
Forecasting a broader purview for Kagge Forlag, Politikens’ Juul Lenne announces the merger with Erling Kagge’s company.
This Rights Roundup features work from France, Finland, India, the United States, Denmark, and Italy, starting with a thriller from Helsinki.
With the acquisition of the German house Audiobuch, Lindhardt og Ringhof will have bought and/or partnered with five publishers this year.
The digital arm of Copenhagen’s Lindhardt & Ringhof, Saga Egmont has agreements with two independent houses in the United Kingdom.
The Fryxelius brothers’ ‘Terraforming Mars’ gets its first book tie-in from Asmodee and its imprint Aconyte Books, in English and Danish.
As we ask literary agents, rights directors, scouts and others about their Frankfurt plans, our rights sale news in this roundup comes from six markets.
The digital arm of Lindhardt & Ringhof, Saga Egmont further expands its efforts to penetrate the Spanish-language audiobook market.