Paris’ Maghreb Orient des Livres, which celebrates literature from the Middle East and North Africa, focused this year on the six-year Algerian War and independence from France.
Exhibiting publishers from more than 80 nations participated in an Abu Dhabi International Book Fair that staged more than 650 events.
A focus on visual artistry as well as literature have been highlighted at this year’s Taipei International Book Exhibition. (Sponsored)
Titles in this Rights Roundup come from Turkey, Spain, France, Finland, and Sweden, and include work for adults and young readers.
Cathleen Robitaille of Librairie Clavreuil will be at the Abu Dhabi International Book Fair: ‘Our aim is to discuss our love of old books together.’
Storytel’s first quarter reflects the reorganization of the company underway, as France’s publishers roll out their first ‘Audiobook Month.’
Our children’s and YA titles in this Rights Roundup come from South Korea, Spain, France, Estonia, Norway, and the UK.
The new study from France’s publishers indicates that French audiobook fans are moving from CDs and tape to digital audio.
Appearing at Paris’ Festival du Livre, International Booker-shortlisted Geetanjali Shree discusses translation and ‘a very eclectic moment.’
In France, the publishers’ syndicate is gearing up to drive an audiobook adoption campaign – boosters, not just beneficiaries, of the format.