For the first time since the British Science-Fiction Association awards were instituted in 1970, one author, Aliette de Bodard, wins both the novel and short story prizes.
French publisher Short Édition is quickly capitalizing on the popularity of its short-story dispensers, more than doubling the number since their November debut and getting one into one of California’s best-known cafés.
Hemingway’s celebration of Paris in the 1920s, A Moveable Feast, has hit the top of the French bestseller lists following this month’s terror attacks.
The new “Talented Indies” program at Paris’ Salon du Livre offers professional attendees the chance to network with twenty Francophone independent publishers.
As Paris reels from the murders at Charlie Hebdo magazine, the controversial novel by Michel Houellebecq, star of the magazine’s new issue, is published.
At Labo de l’edition, a co-working, networking and training center in Paris, professionals working in ebooks and digital media collaborate on new projects.
Parisian publishers are getting priced out of their traditional digs in Paris’s Chic Saint-Germain-des-Prés in the 6th arrondissement.
Shakespeare & Co.’s Paris Literary Prize honors novellas written in English by an unpublished author. Judge Rebecca Carter reports on this year’s festivities.
Now in its 10th year, Festival America showcases many of the top writers from both North and South America, drawing 30,000 visitors to the outskirts of Paris.
Authors exiled from Iran, Cuba, Afghanistan, Egypt, Algeria and the Congo discuss oppression, inspiration, and the cost of freedom.
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