A series of virtual rights meetings and presentations featuring some 75 French publishers, BIEF’s French Week is set for May 17 to 28.
In an 11th survey, the French book business sees continued adoption of digital book formats, confirming the ‘digital acceleration’ in the pandemic.
Titles in our Rights Roundup come from Japan by way of Finland, as well as Slovakia, Sweden, Germany, Turkey, the United States, and France.
Arnaud Nourry was known to be concerned about the future integrity of Hachette Livre amid potential acquisition, his departure is abrupt.
Authors in France who retrieve their rights but find that their books still are being marketed now have an avenue to appeal.
‘We’re now in a multicultural moment,’ says McGill University’s Alain Farah. ‘Literature can have something else to say.’ (Sponsored)
Planning to publish up to 20 books per year, Marie-Pierre Gracedieu leaves Paris to establish a new press called Le Bruit du Monde.
The SDG Publishers Compact was introduced at Frankfurter Buchmesse and today gains the support of Paris’ Syndicat national de l’édition.
Three successful translations of contemporary classics from Québec are well positioned in the German market for Frankfurter Buchmesse.
The latest in international book fairs, festivals, and trade shows, France’s Salon du Livre Paris cnacels its 2021 iteration.