Three days of high-level issue-driven programming at London Book Fair is set for the Main Stage series in April.
Established in the 1990s, Taylor & Francis’ environmental sciences portfolio is seeking new submissions, especially from early career researchers.
Research and scholarly publishing again has a conference at London Book Fair, and ‘Introduction to Rights’ returns on the show’s eve.
The need for coherent, actionable data impacts the progress world publishing can make on its prime challenges, IPA’s Karine Pansa says.
The complexity of the International Publishers Association’s service leads Karine Pansa to call for more and better market data.
The IPA’s Bodour Al Qasimi encourages ‘equal opportunities for women over equality with men’ in a gender-diversity discussion in Mexico.
The Gaumont-Scholastic Entertainment project is developing Down syndrome advocate Sofia Sanchez’ ‘Rocket Park’ books for television.
The closing panel of the 2022 IPA International Publishers Congress looks the responsibility to increase diversity in book publishing.
Surveying publishers, large to small, as well as freelancers and self-employed pros, the Australian study finds a need for ‘diverse representation.’
Updating his first Publishing Perspectives column published four years ago, Richard Charkin offers a fresh look at trade book publishing.
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