Seventeen university presses have committed to a new framework to address ‘who we work with and what we publish.’
The SNE warns of ‘a concentration such as the French book market has never known’ in the merger of Vivendi and Lagardère.
Children’s and YA books grew 9.4 percent in 2021 over 2019 in Germany, gaining even over pre-pandemic levels, the Börsenverein reports.
Positioning itself for its turn in 2024 as Frankfurter Buchmesse’s guest of honor, the Italian market celebrates its rights sales.
The Guest of Honor Spain program at Frankfurter Buchmesse 2022 will reflect the strong position of women in Spanish publishing. (Sponsored)
The European Writers’ Council’s study of the COVID crisis’ impact on authors brings sobering estimates to an uncertain holiday season.
Three European trade organizations call on policy makers to exempt bookstores from any lockdowns deemed needed for COVID-19 response.
A new study led by AIE and Lucca Crea in Italy reveals a growing readership that spans a wider range of ages than might be expected.
With a story of daunting news and recovery in the holiday season, Norwegian author Siri Østli’s novel is finding rights sales. (Sponsored)
ECOFIN’S adoption of a new allowance for VAT reductions means EU member-states have an option to lower taxation on books and more.