Taking what she says will be her last lap at Frankfurter Buchmesse, Anne-Solange Noble announces her retirement.
Trade visitors and exhibitors at Frankfurter Buchmesse spoke of the importance of supporting trade shows and doing business in person.
Long under-appreciated in the French book business, literary agents are making headway in rights and representation. A new report looks at their gains.
Planning to publish up to 20 books per year, Marie-Pierre Gracedieu leaves Paris to establish a new press called Le Bruit du Monde.
Under extended COVID-19 restrictions, French publishing companies grapple with salary and payment schedules, book release timing, and digital options.
Devoted to contemporary literature, the trio of publishers behind Paris’ Goutte d’Or are the team bringing out ‘Journal de L.’–a diary of Nabokov’s Lolita.
Sharjah collaborates with Conakry, Guinea—the 2017 World Book Capital—to restore the city’s Djibril Tamsir Niane Library. And Kalimat is in production with its Gallimard translation exchange.
In a publishing exchange agreement, the UAE’s Kalimat Group begins a French-and-Arabic partnership with France’s éditions Gallimard.
Selling well in France, controversial François Mitterand books, love letters for the former president’s mistress, are on offer to international publishers.
London Book Fair-bound publishers and agents from several regions of the world share their latest rights deals and highlights from their spring lists.