The brand-new translation rights program from Italy offers an introductory session on Thursday from Paris, Madrid, Munich, and London as well as Milan.
One of the lesser known prizes for short fiction in Spain names its winner as Australia’s high-profile Miles Franklin Literary Award issues its 2020 shortlist.
The Theakston Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year opens public voting on its shortlist and the Commonwealth Short Story Prize names its regional winners.
Praised for his translation work on Dilek Güngör’s novel ‘Ich bin Özlem,’ Duncan Lien speaks this weekend online on, ‘Translating Cultural Identity.’
The world booksellers organization in Belgium states its support for shops burned in Minneapolis, and the International Booker delays its prize date.
Hay Festival organizers in Wales are outspoken about the broad participation they’ve had in the digital iteration of their flagship event, while the Costa program has called for entries in its 49th edition.
This week’s online edition of Buzz Books Presents from Publishers Lunch features six key titles for the autumn and winter.
To ‘provide a resource in time of need,’ Cambridge University Press reaches out to its experts and specialists around the world for reflections on the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
Industry Notes: Timely moves as the coronavirus pandemic propels interest in e-formats and audio in particular: Yale opens its own audio shop and HarperCollins issues digital Caedmon classics.
Industry Notes: Set for mid-January, Germany’s Future!Publish calls for proposals, as Publishing Scotland kicks off this year’s translation grants.