Efforts to assist Ukrainian refugee kids with books are paying off in Germany and Poland as colleagues support Ukraine’s book industry.
The Frankfurt Publishers Training Program from the Taipei International Book Exhibition is offered in both in-person and digital formats.
Translation funding as well as scholarships are to be supported by the Stand With Ukrainian Fund established by Sharjah and Wroclaw.
The road to Bologna is paved with awards programs, of course, and a French book-and-film project has just been named a winner.
The Barcelona-based literary agent Karolina Jaszecka heads for Bologna with a specialty in Polish literature for young readers. (Sponsored)
The leadership of 14 international book fairs in 13 nations agree to suspend contact with Russian state institutions and agencies.
The Center for Norwegian Literature Abroad, NORLA, is leading the guest-of-honor program at the Book Fair in Warsaw in May.
A film based on a Warsaw ‘rap-roman’ finds its way to Poland’s cinemas in March, its producer calling it ‘fresh’ and ‘blunt.’
A bill expected to be approved by the Polish Parliament, creates a new Chamber of Artists to administer a benefits plan for creative workers.
The Polish publishing market, though seeing strength in the pandemic in its digital infrastructure, has struggled with profit margins.