Gabe Zicherman explains that most people don’t buy books for a love of reading, but to be transported to another reality — something gamification can deliver.
The six finalists for the 2011 German Book Prize will learn who takes home the 25,000 euro award on October 10 at the start of the Frankfurt Book Fair.
Bologna may be the major children’s book fair, but Frankfurt’s 7,500 exhibitors from 100+ countries is another opportunity to mine the best the world has to offer.
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Juliane Schulze senior partner at the Berlin-based consultancy peacefulfish discusses Indian films and the growing international interest in Indian stories.
FAQ (Frankfurt Academy Quarterly) is new 20-30 page magazine published online four times per year by the Frankfurt Book Fair. Get your free subscription here.
MintRight CEO Stanislav Mamonov explains how he built a truly global e-book conversion and distribution platform, why Europe is behind and Brazil’s booming.
The 20-title longlist for the German Book Prize has been announced. The winner, announced on October 10, will receive 25,000 euros.
Digital distribution and retailing is ramping up, but a year after publishers started investing in innovation just 4,000 titles are available in Brazilian Portuguese.
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