First rolled out during the 2018 US midterm elections, the ‘Book the Vote’ program offers voter information and political literature.
Authors whose work is featured today are writing from Singapore, the States, Norway, Italy, Finland, Canada, Germany, and the UK.
Eight of the 25 titles announced today are debut works in the shortlists for the 71st annual National Book Awards. Winners named November 18.
As Frankfurt Rights goes online, these titles are available for international rights deals from the UK, Norway, Germany, Sweden, and Spain.
The 2020 SA Book Awards’ highest honor goes to Trevor Noah for his rendition for young readers of his memoir, ‘Born a Crime.’
From Finland, the United States, Canada, Norway, Spain, Turkey, and France, many of our titles today are new to the rights market.
Canada’s Cundill History Prize reveals its larger-than-usual shortlist of 10 titles, Peter Frankopan calling them ‘a fantastic collection.’
Longlisted authors and translators for all five categories of the National Book Awards’ 71st outing have been announced this week.
Produced in English and adding content at a rapid clip, Deutsche Welle’s DW Books is widely internationalized and themed to current affairs.
Penguin Random House plans its worldwide release of A Promised Land, volume 1 of this presidential memoir by Barack Obama, on November 17.