With early bird pricing ending January 31, exhibitors and literary agents now can make cost-free cancellations, if need be, until May 31.
Recommendations for this year’s gathering of publishers, literary agents, and producers have come from more than 30 countries.
The northern-Finnish rights-trading program ‘Black Hole: Books Meet Rights’ has its second annual outing, February 11 and 12.
Today’s Rights Roundup features writings from France, South Africa, Greece, Finland, and the United Kingdom.
The works in our last Rights Roundup of the year were originally published in Switzerland, Iceland, Spain, France, and the United Kingdom.
With a story of daunting news and recovery in the holiday season, Norwegian author Siri Østli’s novel is finding rights sales. (Sponsored)
The rights sales we list today come from children’s books, illustrated work for adults, fiction, and from Norway, Spain, Russia, and Turkey.
Today’s Rights Roundup features work originally published in German, Catalan, Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian, Polish, and English.
In this edition of Rights Roundup, you’ll find work first published in Finland, Italy, Spain, the United States, Switzerland,and France.
Our reporters captured scenes from the start of the 2021 Frankfurt Book Fair, as publishers returned to the fair, eager to meet each other again.