The works in our last Rights Roundup of the year were originally published in Switzerland, Iceland, Spain, France, and the United Kingdom.
The Frank Herbert series may be finding a footing in the Chinese market, where series and relatively recent ‘classics’ are prized.
Now in its second year, the publisher-owned Fraktura bookshop serves as a hub of literary events and trusted recommendations in Zagreb.
Kaaps is more than the street vernacular it’s been assumed by many to be. South Africa’s Olivia Coetzee curates a collection of translations.
The Portico Prize for writing from the ‘North of England’ releases its 2022 shortlist of five books—including three titles by debut authors.
The rights sales we list today come from children’s books, illustrated work for adults, fiction, and from Norway, Spain, Russia, and Turkey.
The October charts in China confirm that a new edition of a popular work can boost sales in a market that honors its modern classics.
With the ‘book of the year’ winner to be announced on February 1, the Costa Book Awards will name its 2021 winner in 2022.
The 72nd iteration of the United States’ National Book Awards featured an initial pool of 1,892 submissions in five categories.
Based in Abu Dhabi, the Sheikh Zayed Book Award releases the first two of its eight longlists showcasing Arabic literature, scholarship, and writing.