Like the 2022 São Paulo International Book Fair itself, its rights-trading professional program this year returns to a fully physical format.
The view from Richard Charkin on issues of translators’ credit and compensation is that translators ‘should be careful what they wish for.’
As many as 450 Spanish works may be published in translation by the October 19 to 23 run of Frankfurter Buchmesse this year.
A 31-year-old American agency buys a 123-year-old British agency in the UTA-Curtis Brown acquisition.
The late start to primary and secondary schools in parts of China meant fewer class reading lists than usual influencing the charts.
Frankfurter Buchmesse reports that Hall 3 is almost sold out. This year, Frankfurt Audio and BookFest return, 4,000+ exhibitors expected.
Productions are underway, expanding the Dr. Seuss Enterprises partnership with Netflix for new animated projects for a preschool audience.
Mohammed Alnaas, from Libya, has become the youngest writer to win the International Prize for Arabic Fiction.
Abu Dhabi-bound rights director Inka Ihmels of Berlin’s Aufbau Verlag is looking to learn ‘what kinds of genres work in Arab markets.’
Titles in this Rights Roundup come from Turkey, Spain, France, Finland, and Sweden, and include work for adults and young readers.