‘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.
13 international book fair directors gathered in Mexico to discuss their progress and evolving viewpoints on the industry and its trade events.
Representatives from Hungary, a market focus at this year’s Göteborg Book Fair, were openly criticized for the country’s harsh treatment of refugees.
Hungarian author László Krasznahorkai has won the £60,000 Man Booker International Prize for his ‘achievement in fiction on the world stage.’
A trio of international publishing sales executives reflect on the different attitudes toward book pricing across the world, wondering what the future holds.
In our series of Q&A’s with the world’s leading literary agents, we talk to Norbert Uzseka of the Lex Copyright Iroda in Budapest, Hungary.
Seeking sale synergies, Bookline.hu, Hungary’s top online bookseller has merged with Libri, the country’s largest bookstore chain.
Hungary nationalized primary school textbook production to thwart what are viewed as ‘profiteering publishers’; Poland and South Africa are considering similar changes.
Our weekly round-up of web buzz looks at at agents’ efforts in demystification, at the age of YA readers, and at the fancies of fatigue amid the digital dynamic.
Crime writers from Hungary, Poland, and throughout Central Europe are making their way into English. Will they prove as popular as the Scandinavians?