Publishers formerly with Hachette and Simon & Schuster open politically conservative All Seasons Press ‘to take head-on the cancel culture’ decried by Trump’s advocates.
The program opens its 16th prize cycle with a call for submissions in all nine of its categories, with translation funding expanded.
The author, university professor, and evolving-media specialist opens a new project in creative work and the digital context.
Nonfiction books ‘deserve a big stage right now,’ says the Börsenverein’s Karin Schmidt-Friderichs as this program names a first winner.
‘Black Spartacus’ is a biography of Toussaint Louverture, a slave rebellion leader who died before he could see his revolution completed.
The titles featured in this Rights Roundup include work from Sweden, Estonia, France, and the United Kingdom.
A lost novelist, ‘her whispering voice, fleeing depression,’ led this Egyptian poet to one of the biggest literary prizes in the world.
This edition of our Rights Roundups includes work from Canada, Finland, Italy, Sweden, the United States, and Germany.
The four jurors joining Michael Ignatieff for the Cundill Prize this year are based in India, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
The pandemic ‘year of the backlist’ appears to be still in force in China, the fiction and children’s charts gliding especially slowly.