Patrick Keefe’s big-pharma exposé of the opioid crisis and the Sackler family’s role in it wins the Baillie Gifford’s £50,000 award.
Pleased with Guest of Honor Canada at Frankfurt, PRH Canada CEO Kristin Cochrane talks about the trade show and her in-house rights office.
Today’s Rights Roundup features work originally published in German, Catalan, Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian, Polish, and English.
The controversial ‘1619 Project’ is coming out with two books from Penguin Random House as American publishing explores its place in the nation’s political fray.
One goal of Glénat’s acquisition of Hugo, says Arthur de Saint Vincent, is a complementary use of licenses, heavy on romance and comics.
‘Our children’s book business now accounts for more than half our annual sales,’ says Sourcebooks’ Kay Birkner as the company buys BES Publishing.
The Sheikh Zayed Book Award reports a 76-percent rise in submissions of work by women, and a 47-percent jump in entries of men’s work.
The submissions period for the second cycle of the still-new German Nonfiction Prize runs to November 19, as seven jurors are named.
The focus of Poland’s MT Biznes is on small companies’ needs. A title the house has translated for sales in the UK has gone well.
In this edition of Rights Roundup, you’ll find work first published in Finland, Italy, Spain, the United States, Switzerland,and France.