Our first Rights Roundup of the new year features work originally written in Finnish, Catalan, French, Swedish, Italian, and Czech.
BookBeat is ditching an all-you-can-listen-to audiobook subscription in a major market and offering time-based options in six other countries.
The 50,000-franc Jan Michalski Prize-winner is Taina Tervonen’s ‘The Gravediggers,’ called by jurors ‘an incredibly powerful book.’
The business of the book takes centerstage at Frankfurt, but it’s those gleams of artistry, even fleeting, that finally compel rights sales.
At Helsinki Literary Agency, Urtė Liepuoniūtė says she’s seeing greatly enhanced interest from France and French-language houses.
The new FinElib transformative agreement may reach researchers at as many as 30 institutions, according to Springer Nature.
Titles in this children’s Rights Roundup originally were published in Spain, Finland, the United Kingdom, Turkey, India, and Switzerland.
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.
As we get closer to this year’s robust-looking Frankfurt, rights news is here from France, Finland, Spain, Brazil, and Norway.
Our Rights Roundup features titles from France, Greece, Finland, India and the United States–and some statistics from Germany.