The 39th edition of the Liber series of book fairs in Madrid and Barcelona returns to its physical setting, October 13 to 15.
The Liber20 awards from the Spanish publishers go to Basque Country booksellers, a graphic novel adapted to television, and a literary site.
Spain’s Liber20 announces now that it, too, will join other key trade shows in mounting an entirely digital offering.
Spain’s Liber20 book fair announces a blended physical and digital program for October, shortly before Frankfurter Buchmesse expects to do the same.
At the Liber International Book Fair in Madrid in October, the Spanish publishers’ federation will honor Altresmedia for ‘Fariña’ and for ‘Crea Lectura.’
Book industry statistics in Spain show a market still in trouble, despite some signs of growth. Publishers are focusing on relatively healthy export sales to boost revenue.
Declaring that ‘the current copyright framework is unfit for the digital age,’ the chief of the Europe’s research libraries organization speaks out against “neighboring rights,’ related rights, for publishers.
Spain’s LIBER publishing trade show opened this week in Barcelona, where changes reflect new economic and digital realities, and a focus on professionalization.
Grupo Planeta in Spain announced ‘e-circulo’ an initiative which will allow readers to rent e-books via e-streaming
At Madrid’s LIBER, 60 US librarians were invited guests of America Reads Spanish and the ALA, with goal of exposing them to a diversity of materials for their patrons.
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