The Bologna International Children’s Book Fair announces a digital-only edition for 2021, cancelling its physical fair over the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Bologna Children’s Book Fair issues announcements to the news media about what organizers hope can be a physical event on June 14 to 17.
The Italian Publishers Association is moving to make permanent some of the cooperative partnerships achieved during the pandemic.
From Switzerland, the United States, Turkey, the United Kingdom, Italy, Norway, today’s titles include work for adults and children.
Today’s Rights Roundup brings together work from Bogota, Spain, France, Germany, Italy, Sweden and Norway, emphasizing fiction.
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.
The second 2020-2021 round of translation funding from Publishing Scotland supports literary works translated into 10 languages.
The trials of 2020 and outlook for 2021 drive discussions of discoverability, digital, and direct-to-consumer relations in Venice’s forum.
Titles in our first Rights Roundup of the month come from Spain, Italy, Finland, and the UK, with work for children, and a book on a racer.
Overall in 2020, the AIE and ALI with Nielsen have reported, Italians purchased 104.5 million book in 2020.