Our Rights Roundup today brings you eight titles written by seven women and one man from seven countries, each book with a clear goal.
Germany’s publishers and booksellers association releases dual studies on fixed book prices, long a tradition and legally regulated reality in the market.
Three of the 25th Women’s Prize for Fiction jurors are authors, and the German Nonfiction Prize’s jury is the first for this new award.
Kicked off on Frankfurt Thursday, the Creative Innovation Council is a response to the needs of creative industries in Europe amid the digital dynamic.
With its new Scottish Books International support for Scottish authors’ appearances, Publishing Scotland held a German-market kickoff at Frankfurt.
Two days before the Frankfurter Buchmesse opened, a program in Frankfurt hosted discussions with publishers, translators, and authors on bringing Arabic writing to European readers.
Amid what Amazon Publishing’s Mikyla Bruder describes as ‘the unconscious bias you’re confronted with every day,’ panelists call for equal pay for women.
Kicking off Guest of Honor Norway’s daily focus on freedom at the Frankfurt Book Fair, a panel discussed freedom of expression and migration.
Publishing veteran Daniel Kampa started Kampa Verlag last year and bought the rights to Olga Tokarczuk’s works—and this year, he’s managing multiple bestselling titles.
Norway, Guest of Honor at the 2019 Frankfurt Book Fair, reveals its pavilion design, complete with conceptual sculptures and a scented art installation.