The 19th edition of the Sharjah Prize for Arab Culture has been awarded this week at UNESCO headquarters in Paris.
Amid final nominations for IPA’s Prix Voltaire, book bannings and charges of censorship raise new controversies in children’s content.
An Arabic reading app, Abjjad has 1.5 million registered users and works with publishers in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, and other markets.
A prized center of Arabic language, culture, and literature in London is closing amid mounting economic and post-Brexit challenges.
The new iteration of the francophone book fair in Beirut was designed ‘to have the author meet the public’ in beleaguered Lebanon.
Across the diverse Arab world, the potential to grow readership is vast and two publishers say success depends on having great books.
The late Sonny Mehta’s widow, Gita, has endowed graduate writing study programs in England and in the United States.
Norway’s weekend shooting raises the stakes for the World Expression Forum as an arena for constructive disagreement and debate.
At Lillehammer’s World Expression Forum, the International Publishers Association names its Prix Voltaire shortlist.
In its 10th round, the Bologna Prize for Best Children’s Publishers of the Year covers six regions.