Frankfurt Book Fair’s one-month-preview news conference emphasized the show’s programming in ‘politics, philosophy, and poetry.’
Programming at Frankfurt Pavilion in October will feature issues in politics and publishing’s role in the protection of democracy.
Allegations of political indoctrination, distorted history, and flagrant errors are greeting Mexico’s new government-made textbooks.
If convicted of the 2018 charges, Maria Ressa, the Nobel Peace Prize-winning author, could have been sentenced to 10 years in prison.
The international network of women in publishing, PublisHer, has its first gathering in Rio during this month’s 21st Bienal do Livro.
The upcoming 42nd edition of Sharjah International Book Fair will host South Korea as its guest of honor market in November.
The International Publishers Association’s Karine Pansa in Portugal speaks of rising threats to publishing’s framework of protections.
The Brazilian Publishers’ professional programming ahead of the Biennial International Book Fair in Rio features trading, discussion.
On the 32nd anniversary of Ukraine’s independence, the Lviv Book Forum and Hay Festival announce a second collaboration for October.
The Brazilian state of São Paulo’s educational publishers went to court this month to turn around a state school-content program.