Text-to-speech automated audiobook narration arrives at Bookwire, amid the company’s insistence on its respect for human narration.
In a pilot program with Bookwire’s Creatokia, the Börsenverein offers NFTs related to the German Nonfiction Prize.
In Kharkiv, a book launch goes underground as Vivat Publishing releases ‘Go the F*ck to Sleep’ in Serhiy Zhadan’s Ukrainian translation.
Rights Edition: ‘Publishers just need a strategy on how to deal with Web3 and the metaverse,’ says Bookwire’s John Ruhrmann. (Sponsored)
On Ukraine: ‘We who have experienced Russian imperialism and aggression’ in the Republic of Georgia; and their French colleagues.
‘A closer exchange between blockchain and publishing experts,’ Bookwire’s ‘All About Blockchain’ is open for registration. (Sponsored)
As the Federation of European Publishers reaches out to Ukrainian publishers, the European Writers’ Council intensifies its appeal.
Interview: Iryna Baturevych at the publishing magazine ‘Chytomo’ has launched an English-language edition for the world book business.
Vivat Publishing’s Julia Orlova says book publishers in Ukraine are providing digital books as part of their contribution to the war effort.
In response to an appeal led by the Lithuanian Culture Institute, three major book fairs issue statements about Russia and Ukraine.