A new international rights hit for Sourcebooks, Scarlett St. Clair’s ‘dark fantasy romance’ has just sold into at least eight territories.
For Penguin Random House’s Indian and Southeas Asian catalogues, a new distribution deal is to sell content into North America, the UK, and the EU.
Berlin-based Dom Publishers has built its own distribution and sales network in Russia to navigate local regulations and market dynamics.
With a speaking appearance at Sharjah International Book Fair, Dominique Raccah introduced her new ‘Sourcebooks International’ team at Frankfurt.
Publishing experts in the Philippines offer an inside look at their book market and the international opportunities they see in Southeast Asia and elsewhere.
As more readers turn to English-language e-books because of availability or price, when will local markets catch up to compete? By Hannah Johnson In an interview with Publishing Perspectives, Eva Bonnier said that English-language book exports “can be a problem” for publishers in markets like Sweden where many people buy and read English books. If it takes a year for …
Beth Kephart writes about how Ruta Sepetys’ novel Between Shades of Gray became an international bestseller.
Small pubs may welcome a sales boost, but the new relationships and deals resulting from an awards nod may pay greater dividends in the long-term.
If publishers sell their e-books overseas, are they missing out on potentially more lucrative foreign rights deals?