Our pre-London Book Fair Rights Roundup brings together work originating in Norway, Poland, Switzerland, Spain, the Netherlands, and Québec.
The International Rights Center at London Book Fair is ‘slightly’ bigger than last year, and returns to ground floor for 2024.
The newly created Gemini Books Group precedes its first London Book Fair stand with three executive appointments.
Youngsuk ‘YS’ Chi, the 2024 winner of London Book Fair’s Lifetime Achievement Award, chairs the AAP and Elsevier, and is director of corporate affairs for RELX.
New additions to the upcoming London Book Fair’s Main Stage lineup include Michael Sheen, Julie Smith, and Steven Bartlett.
During London Book Fair in March, the IPA will contribute to programming and hold various membership meetings on the sidelines.
At Bologna, the book fair plans a new television and film rights trading center. And in London, the ‘Introduction to Rights’ seminar precedes the trade show.
The ‘Research and Scholarly Forum’ at London Book Fair will look at AI, open access, and academic publishing policy.
London Book Fair this year has chosen two charities: Book Aid International and the home market’s National Literacy Trust.
AAP’s Maria A. Pallante is advising Fairly Trained, which certifies generative AI providers for ‘training’ without copyright infringement.