Ahead of October’s Frankfurt Conference, Richard Charkin looks at open access: ‘Let us not write off the traditional subscription model.’
While Canadians surveyed said they’re reading more widely, they’re not sure they want authors writing outside their own demographics.
The Reykjavík International Literary Festival is a biennial player in publishing focused on an immersive exchange of ideas and commentary.
Three publishers and four initiatives are shortlisted for the ABC International Excellence Award for Accessible Publishing, to be awarded at Frankfurt.
The 73rd edition of Frankfurt Book Fair will include viewing on the Agora of streamed events from Frankfurt Studio.
The Jakarta Content Week program, JakTent, is gearing up for as many as 200 sessions with 400 speakers in a hybrid format.
The UAE’s Emirates Publishers Association met with key African publishing organizations at the Ghana International Book Fair last week.
The sociologist and activist Auma Obama gives the October address as Tsitsi Dangarembga wins the German Book Trade Peace Prize.
For all the strains of the 2020 Finnish and international marketplace, Urtė Liepuoniūtė says the agency is nearing three times last year’s sales.
The longlist for the German Book Prize includes five authors’ debuts, and a focus on both ‘origin and history’ and contemporary concerns.