Filmmaker Grzegorz Jankowski’s new video for the Polish Book Institute introduces New Books from Poland to international book publishers. (Sponsored)
the Polish Book Institute leaders see the influence of Polish literature expanding on the world market, even amid the pandemic. (Sponsored)
From Norway, Germany, USA, Iceland, Finland, Spain, and Poland, here are writings to watch for on the run-up to Frankfurter Buchmesse.
Trends reported by Polish publishers show downturns in sales of as much as 70 percent during the spring, and the cancellation of the Warsaw Book Fair has seen the market stage a digital effort, BookTarg.
While the COVID-19 has sent the publisher’s staffers to their home offices, Olga Tokarczuk’s Nobel win still pushes the team to introduce emerging voices.
Italian football, Formula One, and heroes and heroines of mountaineering catastrophes are the subject of the 2020 Polish Sport Book Awards, just released.
Citing heavy competition in online retail, two major book publishers in Poland have created an online bookstore of their own called Inverso.
Lemn Sissay has named Ethiopia’s Befeqadu Hailu to English PEN’s Honor. And PEN America’s Jennifer Egan blasts the Nobel’s choice of Peter Handke.
Poland’s Ameet, based in Łódź, has a new licensing venture with Lego Publishing, and in the States, the AAP opens its annual PROSE Awards competition.
Warsaw’s cut in VAT rates on digital books takes effect November 1, a long-called-for equalization in taxation on print and ebooks, now allowed by Brussels.