Budapest’s new bill banning school content on homosexuality and transgender issues prompts three organizations to call for an EU response.
The second 2020-2021 round of translation funding from Publishing Scotland supports literary works translated into 10 languages.
Canada’s journal on public health will be published by Springer, which also will co-publish ‘Flow Chemistry’ with Budapest’s Akadémiai Kiadó in January.
Turkish Literature Abroad’s outreach program prepares for its final trade-show of the year. And Hungary’s stand stages key authors on Frankfurt Saturday.
‘Galaktika has agreed to pay each author whose work it infringed for compensation,’ according to the Authors Guild’s statement.
US platform Draft2Digital partners with Findaway Voices. Budapest heads for Silicon Valley as PublishDrive starts its Google Launchpad program.
From Hungarian Literature Online: Foreign rights director Ágnes Orzóy on her first experience in representing Magvető Publishing at London’s big trade show.
From Hungarian Literature Online: after a half-century in translation, when asked if he’s ever struggled with a text, Peter Sherwood concedes, ‘Every single one of them.’
‘There is a wealth of historical remembrance taking shape as first-rate literature.’ And writings in Hungarian need to be translated to survive.
‘A significant book fair doesn’t seem to have been able to come into being in Central and Eastern Europe” says Hungary’s Zsuzsanna Szabó.
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