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.’
Germany’s Knowledge Unlatched Has 283 Books Going Open Access in 2023
By the end of this year, Knowledge Unlatched expects to have published some 4,000 books and about 6o journals open access.
Germany-Based Bookwire Names Videl Bar-Kar To Lead Audio
Calling audio ‘a once-in-a-generation opportunity’ in publishing, Videl Bar-Kar assumes leadership of Bookwire’s expanded audio offer.
German Book Prize Names Its Jury, Opens Submissions
With its seven jurors named, the 2023 German Book Prize in fiction has opened its submission period to publishers, through March 22.
Germany’s Börsenverein Announces a Third ‘Freedom of Expression Week’
This nationwide and international campaign for freedom of expression was instigated in 2021 by the Börsenverein.
Book2look Powers Look-Inside Excerpts at Bookshop.org
The founders of Book2look and Bookshop.org announce a new partnership for book excerpts and marketing to Bookshop.org’s site.
Scholarly Publishing: Germany’s De Gruyter and OhioLink’s Deal
The De Gruyter ‘University Press Library’ gains content from six university presses in its new OhioLink agreement.
‘Books at Berlinale’ To Pitch 11 Titles to Film Producers
Eleven books are announced as part of this year’s ‘Books at Berlinale’ program on February 20 and will be pitched to film producers.
Germany’s Börsenverein Joins Urgent Calls for a ‘National Reading Plan’
The publishers and booksellers of Germany are calling for an urgent, coordinated ‘National Reading Plan’ to combat educational shortfalls.