Today’s Rights Roundup has material originating in French, Arabic, English, Finnish, and Italian, altogether selling into at least 30 markets.
Running through Wednesday, this week’s program of bilateral trade meetings bring together 36 Asian and European publishers.
The latest ‘Digital Consumer Book Barometer’ includes statistics from Italy, the German-language markets, Spain, Brazil, Mexico, and French-language Canada.
French and Italian book publishers are engaging in a 3-day translation rights event, each the other’s second-largest rights export market.
‘Cultural globalization and digitization trends have accelerated the publishing industry’s own globalization,’ says IPA’s president.
The second digital evocation of the world’s largest children’s book trade show closes with big numbers and lots of programming on video.
The winner of Bologna’s 2021 International Award for Illustration, Taiwanese illustrator Pei-Hsin Cho, is part of an exhibition that this year drew more than 3,200 submissions.
The Italian Publishers Association and the Aldus Up network have studied how European markets survey their reading patterns and translations.
The winners of this year’s publishing-house awards are based in Tanzania, Switzerland, Iran, the United States, Colombia, and New Zealand.
The premier event of Bologna Children’s Book Fair includes the debut of the International Publishers Association’s 125th-anniversary video.