Literary agents at 2 Seas Agency say that, thanks to digital communication, publishers working from home are actively reading submissions and making offers.
In an attempt to maintain its place in international rights for children’s and YA content, Bologna Children’s Book Fair announces an online trading program.
For this literature and film agency’s authors, ‘a drawback like this can be really painful,’ says Lena Stjernström at Stockholm’s Grand Agency.
Told that they’d need to work at home, the team at Athens-based Dioptra Publishing begins the remote working transition during the coronavirus outbreak.
You might have found works in this Rights Roundup at London Book Fair—had COVID-19 not intervened: From Finland, USA, Spain, France, Sweden, and Italy.
A day after Penguin Random House announced its withdrawal from the 2020 BookExpo and BookCon, the shows’ organizers have moved the dates from May to July.
For 35 years with Simon & Schuster, Marcella Berger had retired from the company in 2011.
Industry Notes: The ITEF fellowships have seen almost 150 publishing pros visit Istanbul. And Elena Ferrante’s new title goes to PRH Audio.
Publishing Scotland announces a travel fellowship for 10 publishing professionals from seven countries to promote Scotland’s books industry.
Publishing Scotland names its latest round of translation grants. And the Frankfurt Book Fair’s Literary Agents and Scouts Center is sold out.