To ‘survey this year’s harvest,’ as jury chair Neil MacGregor puts it, the Booker Foundation announces its 2022 jurors.
In what France’s foreign minister terms ‘a terrible loss,’ Moscow’s high court closes the organization and publisher Memorial International.
The Jan Michalski Prize for Literature honors Georgia Thomson’s new translation of the title about East European victims of Nazi forced labor.
Calling himself ‘a writer fascinated by the edge of the map,’ South Africa’s Damon Galgut finally wins the Booker on his third shortlisting.
With a goal of becoming Guest of Honor Philippines at Frankfurt, the market’s collective stand organizers offered work from 15 publishers.
‘Creative Asia: Rights Matters’ is part of an extensive presentation at Frankfurter Buchmesse from Taiwan’s TAICCA program. (Sponsored)
The November 3 event this year makes wider use of the BBC’s visual, audio, and digital channels in a 45-minute program.
The six novels chosen for the 2021 Booker Prize for Fiction represent an even split this year between women and men.
In London, the £30,000 Women’s Prize for Fiction goes to Susanna Clarke for her second novel, the fantasy ‘Piranesi.’
With a focus on ‘New Intimacy’ during the ongoing pandemic, Ukraine’s International Book Space Festival in Dnipro runs September 3 to 5.