With commentary from translator Clémentine Beauvais, the French Youth Literature Conference looks at ‘the role of children’s literature.’
With its Paris Book Market opening today, BIEF is observing 150 years of its service to French publishing in the international industry.
Interview: A new event—the in-person Paris Book Market—leads BIEF’s spring calendar in French publishing-rights activities.
The works featured in this installment in our Rights Roundup series include the tale of a famous pearl and ‘Magic Candies’ from Korea.
A series of virtual rights meetings and presentations featuring some 75 French publishers, BIEF’s French Week is set for May 17 to 28.
French publishers–whose collective stand is a longtime fixture at trade shows–are in a wait-and-see position on the digital Buchmesse.
As BIEF struggles to get its collective stand and books to London in time, the UK’s French Institute plans more shows of solidarité in the British capital.
About six months into his new role as managing director of the Bureau international de l’édition française, or BIEF, Nicolas Roche is leading the French publishing industry’s outreach program to open new markets and develop new readership for France’s literature.