During London Book Fair in March, the IPA will contribute to programming and hold various membership meetings on the sidelines.
Éditions Thierry Magnier rights manager Judith Parenteau says the ‘activist’ Collection L’Ardeur is earning new attention in the rights arena.
Amid world book publishing’s challenges in 2024, IPA’s Karine Pansa says publishers need to talk more about what they do, and why.
‘We have decided to attack the 1949 law to repeal this commission’ on children’s literature, says French publisher Thierry Magnier.
A Texas law requiring books to be rated for sexual content has been blocked by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Nominations for the 2024 Prix Voltaire have opened, the laureate to be honored at Guadalajara’s International Publishers Congress.
Tamara Megrelishvili, founder of Georgian bookstore Prospero’s talks about the impact of diminished tourism, war, and political unease.
Citing concern among publishers about retaliatory governments, AAP opts not to name a specific winner of its 2023 International Freedom to Publish Award.
Penguin Random House’s Dan Novack says plaintiffs are ‘extremely gratified’ by a US district court’s injunction on Iowa’s ‘SF 496’ law.
Penguin Random House — along with the Iowa State Education Association, authors, students, and educators — is taking Iowa to court for its law against sexual content in books.