Partly based on pressures placed on Georgia’s book community, a new report says many Georgians ‘believe their democracy is regressing.’
The 13th Sharjah Publishers Conference has opened with broad-based considerations of issues facing the world book industry today.
With a press corps of more than 7,000 journalists, the 75th Frankfurter Buchmesse adds a 30-percent boost in public attendance.
The new award from Ukraine’s publishing trade news medium, ‘Chytomo,’ names its first shortlist in three categories.
At a news conference in the UAE, a new record for the coming 42nd Sharjah International Book Fair in how many markets will be represented.
CANIEM’s lawsuit filed in Mexico City seeks an injunction against the López Obrador government’s takeover of textbook publishing.
The Sustainable Business Report that Springer Nature released in April gets an update with new verifications of its targets from SBTi.
As Banned Books Week opens, Penguin Random House is taking some of its most heavily attacked books on the road.
Another instance of governmental incursion into the educational space: The Dominican Republic’s publishers hold a news conference.
The International Publishers Association has a series of events during Frankfurt Book Fair, many open to trade visitors and exhibitors.