The adaptation of Jenny Jägerfeld’s ‘Comedy Queen’–about a 13-year-old who wants to be a stand-up comedian–picks up a Berlinale award.
Two trips, to Slovenia and Egypt, have opened the IPA president’s publishing-market travels this year.
Today’s Rights Roundup features writings from France, South Africa, Greece, Finland, and the United Kingdom.
IPA president Bodour Al Qasimi, caps a year of international meetings with publishers with a call for protection of the freedom to publish.
The Thessaloniki Book Fair is ‘open to both East and West,’ Nopi Chatzigeorgiou says, outlining international plans to promote Greek literature and translation funding.
Looking at ‘well-studied subjects in different ways,’ Peter Frankopan inaugurates the Thalia Potamianos Lecture Series in Athens, October 7.
The Novus banking app allows users to choose which charities will receive support, based on their purchases.
Faculty lead on the Cambridge Greek Lexicon James Diggle says ‘It took over my life’ during the effort’s final 15 years.
Solar lamps as well as hundreds of thousands of books were in play in 2020 for Book Aid International’s logistics team and donor-publishers.
Frankfurter Buchmesse presents seminars on COVID-era bookselling, translation, and publishing, in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut and the Hellenic Foundation for Culture.