Weldon International launches its photography book, China: the New Long March, at the London Book Fair 2012.
Post-apocalyptic dystopias seem the order of the day at this year’s London Book Fair, with rights bids coming in from all sides.
Alexander Kidd’s Literature Prize, called a rival to the Booker, is closer to fruition with a potential new source of funding.
Why is literature in translation such a hard sell in the USA and UK? Publishers, reviewers and translators discussed their opinions at the London Book Fair.
As growing interest in Chinese books puts pressure on the limited number of translators, will publishers opt to prioritize titles from large, state companies?
Young entrepreneurs from around the world spoke at the London Book Fair about publishing challenges and opportunities in their respective countries.
Nokia offered a preview of its soon-to-launch mobile reading platform, Nokia Reading, at the London Book Fair 2012
The London Book Fair is buzzing about alleged e-book price collusion under the agency model. But is this just a result of two colliding worlds?
Publishing Perspectives has published a special London Book Fair Edition with features, panel previews, author profiles, editorials and more. Download it here.
E-books, erotica boost sales, but European economy uncertain as publishers head into the London Book Fair, opening today and running through Wednesday.