With the next Jerusalem International Book Forum scheduled for May, the associated Zev Birger Fellowship has extended its deadline.
Growth in the Spanish-language markets is moving more slowly than anticipated, but Storytel shows a strong Q2 report.
Children’s rights agent Stephanie Barrouillet sees challenges in the late-pandemic approaches the industry has had to adopt.
In Taipei, the Grayhawk Agency was making submissions and getting silence back from the world. In Tel Aviv, Yaniv Iczkovits was launching his new book—a month before the second lockdown.
Day 2 of digital discussions at the Jerusalem International Book Forum examine the impact of the coronavirus on international book publishing.
In music and commentary, the Jerusalem International Book Forum has opened its interim online program, Barnes to speak in Israel next year.
The biennial forum this year will feature publishers, agents, scouts, editors, civic leaders and Israeli conductor Gil Shohat. (Sponsored)
The Jerusalem forum has announced digital programming for May, with an eye to a physical event and the next Zev Birger Editorial Fellowship in 2022.
How do online rights events organized by literary agencies, publishers, and others compare to the physical book fair experience? We hear from several rights folks on how it’s going so far.
Today’s Rights Roundup features work from Finland, Germany, Spain, Israel, Switzerland, and the Netherlands, plus the work of an art detective.