Both in fiction and nonfiction, China’s bestseller charts in June reflected readers’ deepening interest in national culture and history.
Our July rights roundup has deal news from Taiwan, Czech Republic, South Africa, Finland, the United States, Germany, and Sweden.
Honoring both a debut author and his or her editor, England’s Branford Boase Award goes this year to Christine Pillainayagam and Leah Thaxton.
Thirty writers, poets, and illustrators have been named in this year’s Society of Author awards program at Southwark Cathedral.
China’s chart-drivers in May: Film and stage adaptations, e-commerce visibility, and a love of ‘addictive’ and ‘fascinating’ history.
The German book market faces a perplexing set of circumstances, resulting in an overall performance down -1.9 percent in 2022.
The 2023 ‘Firecracker Awards’ announced this month by CLMP include fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and literary magazines.
The titles featured in this edition of our Rights Roundup are from Australia, Sweden, Norway, England, and France.
Three editions of one 2008 book were on OpenBook’s April bestseller fiction lists in China, powered by a new, touring stage adaptation.
Both adult fiction and adult nonfiction book sales grew in May, Circana BookScan reports, despite an overall decline across the US book market.