The business of the book takes centerstage at Frankfurt, but it’s those gleams of artistry, even fleeting, that finally compel rights sales.
Updates from Frankfurt’s Guest of Honor Georgia (2018) and Guest of Honor Norway (2019) as Frankfurter Buchmesse 2022 approaches.
In a policy statement provided to the news media by publishers, four issues including copyright and piracy are flagged for politicians.
The newly announced agreement between IEEE and Italy’s Crui opens options to researchers at 54 universities and research hubs.
Bologna Children’s Book Fair at 60 makes a major rights-trading change, opening its Agents’ Center to adult as well as children’s content.
The 16th UN Sustainable Development Goal is the focus of a new children’s reading list released by the SDG Book Club.
The fifth iteration of the Madrid-based Desperate Literature Prize for Short Fiction sends its winner to an Umbrian retreat.
The Association of Italian Publishers and Federation of European Publishers announce 5,000 books for young Ukrainian refugees.
Despite a 4.2-percent step back in book sales, Italy’s industry sees a 14.7-percent gain over the same period of 2019.
News from publishers and agents today comes from England, Norway, Italy, Germany, and Finland–where Max Seeck rules in rights sales.