Chile’s book market — hailed for its publishing houses’ resourcefulness in supporting literary voices — is Frankfurt’s 2027 guest of honor.
Bookwire’s ‘WAY’ audiobook services are launching in new markets and will be available to French-language publishers early in 2024.
Free of charge, ‘Dall’italiano al mondo’ on the translation of Italian literature is on November 24; registration closing November 21.
Marketing and brand specialist Christian Ebert joins Frankfurt’s management team in January, leading strategic marketing and sales.
The Georgian stand at Frankfurt in October reflected the battle against cultural pressure in Tbilisi described by PEN America.
Ahead of an ‘It’s Finland Again’ campaign for the 10th anniversary of Frankfurt’s Guest of Honor Finland, FILI announces record rights sales.
The first Chytomo Awards for ‘outstanding achievement in the Ukrainian publishing and literary sphere’ have been named in Kyiv.
Partly based on pressures placed on Georgia’s book community, a new report says many Georgians ‘believe their democracy is regressing.’
The season for Publishing Scotland includes the arrival of its first five audiobooks as well as an anniversary for ‘Beano.’
Courting India by Nandini Das, an account of Sir Thomas Roe’s 17th-century mission to India wins the British Academy Book Prize for Cultural Understanding.