How do online rights events organized by literary agencies, publishers, and others compare to the physical book fair experience? We hear from several rights folks on how it’s going so far.
The latest products in Chronicle Book’s line of Lego-themed content include a Valentine’s Day book, ‘We Just Click.’
Losing its physical fair to a COVID-19 outbreak within days of opening, Taiwan’s biggest book fair extends its online run—by four months.
Rights and licensing are part of the Taipei Book Fair’s Publishers Training Program, produced digitally with Frankfurter Buchmesse.
A three-book series with illustrator Ashley Evans opens with a picture book based on the Alphabet Rockers’ song ‘Not Alone.’
Starting small and selecting products well related to a brand can help a publisher get strarted in licensing.
In the absence of in-person book fair meetings, literary agents are hosting webinars to pitch titles at the 2020 Frankfurt Book Fair.
In Spain’s bid for greater traction for Spanish literature—a ‘Books from Spain’ rights portal and new translation funding.
The year, says Copyright Clearance Center’s Michael Healy, has been punctuated by adjustments to support the pandemic’s impact on education.
Going into the American market in October and the British market in mid-20201, the animated series about a dog family has a deal with PRH.