The inaugural rights center at Nairobi International Book Fair featured B2B meetings and an issue-driven panel discussion.
African publishers at Nairobi International Book Fair look at market challenges: the desire to produce fiction and local-language literature.
The 24th edition of Kenya’s Nairobi International Book Fair this year adds a ‘Rights Café’ for business meetings and networking.
Amid a digital transition in Africa, key publishing players at London Book Fair say they see more content coming from the continent.
The ‘Spotlight on Africa’ program scheduled for October’s Frankfurter Buchmesse is presented by the IPA’s Africa Publishing Innovation Fund.
In an effort to enhance its impact, the US$800,000 Africa Publishing Innovation Fund turns to trends in local publishing, book access, and library services.
Some 520 publishing professionals are traveling to the UAE for the 40th Sharjah International Book Fair and its Publishers’ Conference.
In its new partnership with Frankfurt, the World Intellectual Property Organization will award its Accessible Publishing honor on October 20.
These new African Publishing Innovation Fund grants respond to the educational shortfalls in parts of Africa where the switch to digital has left students without adequate resources.
As confusion on Brexit continues, the London Book Fair International Book Awards audience cheered internationalism in the largest yet round of honors.
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