Four key fellowship opportunities have opened to applications for international publishing professionals from various parts of the world.
Salone di Torino Reports High Rights Fellowship Interest
The rights-professional fellowship at Torino’s book fair has attracted a record 371 applications from 55 nations for the May 17 to 19 show.
Salone Internazionale di Torino Announces Its 2023 Rights Center
The Torino International Book Fair is registering exhibitors and publishing players for its professional program in May.
Frankfurt Fellow: Klett-Cotta’s Corinna Kroker on an ‘Openness to Narrative Forms’
‘This feels very liberating,’ says Klett-Cotta’s Corinna Kroker, on formats ‘that extend an understanding of what a novel has to be.’
Frankfurt Fellow: Helena Gonda ‘Getting Under the Skin of Stories’ at Scotland’s Canongate
Canongate’s Helena Gonda specializes in acquiring narrative nonfiction that might ‘help us understand ourselves or the world.’
Finnish Frankfurt Fellow Kalle Siltala: ‘A Versatile View’
Helsinki’s Kalle Siltala’s family founded one of the two publishing houses at which he works. He’s one of this year’s Frankfurt Fellows.
Germany Hosts Frankfurt Fellows 2022: Rahul Soni of HarperCollins India
On India’s Independence Day: ‘Literature is still considered very much a luxury’ in this market. Rahul Soni is a Frankfurt Fellow for 2022.
International Students Named to Sonny Mehta Fellowships: East Anglia and Iowa
The late Sonny Mehta’s widow, Gita, has endowed graduate writing study programs in England and in the United States.
Wednesday Schedule at Jerusalem International Book Forum: May 18
Set at the historic 1933 Jerusalem International YMCA, the Jerusalem International Book Forum is back in a fully in-person edition.
Jerusalem International Book Forum 2022: In-Person Again
Jerusalem’s International Book Forum is back in full production with talks by Stefan von Holtzbrinck, Julian Barnes, and Olga Tokarczuk.