Scholarly presses: Manchester University Press agrees to have its lists and ‘ManchesterHive’ digitally distributed by De Gruyter.
Scholarly Publishing: Germany’s De Gruyter and OhioLink’s Deal
The De Gruyter ‘University Press Library’ gains content from six university presses in its new OhioLink agreement.
Mumbai’s Bookstore and Library Trilogy: An Eighth Anniversary
With its bookstore on the ground floor and its library upstairs, India’s Trilogy serves a loyal following: ‘Getting books is our only headache.’
Rights Edition: At Guadalajara, Spanish-Language Publishers Eye the US Market
With more than 62 million Hispanics in the United States, demand for Spanish-language books is on the rise, specialists say.
Richard Charkin in London: An Updated A-Z of Trade Publishing
Updating his first Publishing Perspectives column published four years ago, Richard Charkin offers a fresh look at trade book publishing.
Banned Books Week: PEN Calls Out ‘a Movement to Censor’
In its ‘Banned in the USA’ report, PEN America makes the case that much of the United States’ book banning dynamic is coordinated.
ALA’s Tracie Hall Receives the US National Book Awards’ Literarian Award
Tracie Hall, the first Black woman executive director of the American Library Association, receives this year’s lifetime literary award.
Spain’s Liber 22: Soledad Puértolas Is Its ‘Hispanic-American Author’
A prolific and much-awarded essayist, novelist, and story writer, Soledad Puértolas is named to receive Liber 22’s accolade for writers.
Cengage’s Gale and Bodleian Libraries: Asia-Pacific Fellowships
The Gale-Bodleian Libraries partnership is in its second year of Asia-Pacific research into digital humanities fellowships.
Spain’s Isabel la Católica Institute Named Liber 22 Award Winner
As Frankfurt Guest of Honor Spain readies its program, Liber 22 in Barcelona announces an award for a historic library in Madrid.