The world’s largest international book publishing trade show opens its 75th iteration with ‘Chronicles’ of its past right up to this year.
In Praise of Frankfurt Pavilion: The Martin Elsaesser Plaque
The five-year-old structure for political and cultural presentations has been listed among works representing ‘Excellent Architecture in Hessen.’
In Germany, Frankfurter Buchmesse Opens Fellowship and Grant Programs
Four key fellowship opportunities have opened to applications for international publishing professionals from various parts of the world.
The Issue-Driven Aspen Words Literary Prize: 2023 Shortlist
The Aspen Words Literary Prize shortlist of five fiction titles highlights ‘essential books’ that each address ‘a vital contemporary issue.’
Germany’s ContentShift Opens Its 2023 Call for Start-Ups
The eighth international ContentShift accelerator program for book publishing startups opens its applications period for this year.
Children’s Rights Edition: Frankfurt Offers a New Publishers Rights Center
The 75th edition of Frankfurter Buchmesse has announced the opening of a Publishers Rights Center, with registration now available.
Germany’s Books at Berlinale: The Gaeb Agency’s Bettina Wißmann
Germany’s 2023 Books at Berlinale program today includes Bettina Wißmann’s presentation of Fernanda Melchor’s ‘This Is Not Miami.’
What ‘AI’ Isn’t: An Interview With Thomas Cox on ChatGPT
When a software like ChatGPT gets it wrong, ‘It has no idea that it’s not the truth,’ Thomas Cox says, describing a dilemma for publishers.
Bologna Focus: Italy’s €283 Million Children’s Book Market
At Bologna Children’s Book Fair, the AIE and Bologna Book Plus will look at young readers’ growing place in the Italian market.
Rights Edition: Gray Tan on Taiwan Books in World Markets
Taipei-based international rights agent Gray Tan talks about his 15-year-old agency’s success in translation and publication rights deals.