The second iteration of the Salon de Livre Africain du Paris featured some 60 publishers from France and 11 markets in Africa.
The 50,000-franc Jan Michalski Prize-winner is Taina Tervonen’s ‘The Gravediggers,’ called by jurors ‘an incredibly powerful book.’
In what France’s foreign minister terms ‘a terrible loss,’ Moscow’s high court closes the organization and publisher Memorial International.
The Jan Michalski Prize for Literature honors Georgia Thomson’s new translation of the title about East European victims of Nazi forced labor.
In its inaugural staging, the Salon du Livre Africain de Paris invited more than 150 authors and presented 30 French and African publishers.
Rights Roundup today includes titles from Russia, Catalonian Spain, Turkey, Australia, Germany, Chile, and the Belarusian struggle.
Constrained by the pandemic, a small but spirited weekend opens the 2021 UNESCO World Book Capital program in Tbilisi.
The Jan Michalski Prize jury awards Mia Couto with its 2020 honor for his ‘Sands of the Emperor’ trilogy on Mozambique.
Said to ’embody everything the Cundill History Prize is here to celebrate,’ Julia Lovell’s ‘Maoism’ becomes the 11th winner of the award.
Works from world literature in Arabic, Danish, Finnish, French, Japanese, Norwegian, and more are on the National Book Awards’ translated longlist.
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