On a trade mission to Brazil, a United Arab Emirates publishing group finds sharp interest among Latin American colleagues in Arabic-Portuguese rights.
Contrasts and comparisons, challenges and opportunities: a group of English-language children’s book editors share their observations of the Germany market following their summer German Book Office tour.
German Book Office Editors’ Trip participants will get a first-hand look at current trends, books, and ideas in the German children’s book industry, June 26-July 1.
Children’s book editors from the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand: apply for the German Book Office New York editor’s trip by April 11, 2016.
A publisher and a translator assert the lack of languages among professionals and big network of established authors forestall more translations in the US.
Who knew academics were so active on social media? International nonfiction and philosophy publishers discuss that and other topics in a series of meetings.
Sourcebooks Associate Editor Aubrey Poole reports from the German Book Office Editors’ Trip about the state of children’s digital publishing in Germany.
Participants will meet with German children’s book professionals and discuss trends in YA, picture books, children’s nonfiction and more.
By Olivia Snaije Le MOTif, the Paris regional government’s book and writing “observatory” is launching a French Fellowship program in conjunction with the Salon du Livre, which opens today. The Paris book fair will run for four, rather than six days, has extended its opening hours and reduced stand prices by 17%. Publishing companies such as Hachette Livre, which had …
By Edward Nawotka This week Marguerite Avery, Senior Acquisitions Editor, The MIT Press; Jean Black, Executive Editor, Yale University Press; Jennifer Crewe, Associate Director and Editorial Director, Columbia University Press; Christie Henry, Editorial Director, Sciences and Social Sciences, The University of Chicago Press; Alison Kalett, Editor, Biology & Earth Science, Princeton University Press; and John Kulka, Executive Editor-at-Large, Harvard University Press — are all touring Germany …