After being shuttered for two years, Paris’ re-branded book fair, now the Festival du Livre de Paris, is to return on the Champ-de-Mars in the French capital.
Today’s Rights Roundup features writings from France, South Africa, Greece, Finland, and the United Kingdom.
The SNE warns of ‘a concentration such as the French book market has never known’ in the merger of Vivendi and Lagardère.
Three days before its anticipated physical opening, the big New Delhi World Book Fair has been postponed, new dates to be announced.
The works in our last Rights Roundup of the year were originally published in Switzerland, Iceland, Spain, France, and the United Kingdom.
The 2021 Albertine Prize goes to William Rodarmor for his French-to-English translation of ‘And Their Children After Them’ by Nicolas Mathieu.
The forthcoming winner of the five-title shortlist for this year’s Albertine Prize has been voted on by the French bookshop’s membership.
The UAE’s Abu Dhabi Arabic Language Centre and France’s Institut du Monde Arabe announce a strategic partnership.
One goal of Glénat’s acquisition of Hugo, says Arthur de Saint Vincent, is a complementary use of licenses, heavy on romance and comics.
Trade visitors and exhibitors at Frankfurter Buchmesse spoke of the importance of supporting trade shows and doing business in person.