As the 74th Frankfurter Buchmesse opens Wednesday, many discussions and presentations will get right into industry numbers and data.
As Frankfurter Buchmesse is readied for its opening, the German Book Prize spotlights a daring debut novelist as its 2022 laureate.
Bologna Children’s Book Fair begins a second tour of award-winning illustration, set at other book fairs.
Several guest-of-honor markets as well as the Czech Republic, France, Japan, the Philippines, Italy, and Greece are participating this year.
Frankfurt’s Agora is the setting for a TikTok stage this year, emphasis on #BookTok and its community of book fans and readers.
BookBeat, based in Sweden, is offering usage-time audiobook subscriptions in both its new markets, Italy and Spain.
Storytel sees its Q3 revenue ‘slightly above forecast,’ ahead of the opening of Frankfurt’s 250-square-meter Frankfurt Audio area.
The organization of Germany’s publishers and booksellers is highlighting several timely events at Frankfurter Buchmesse.
Spazio Italia, the ‘Italian Space’ at Frankfurter Buchmesse, will host 76 of Italy’s publishers in Hall 4.1 at stands F31 and H38.
The business of the book takes centerstage at Frankfurt, but it’s those gleams of artistry, even fleeting, that finally compel rights sales.