Taiwan at Frankfurt this year features three stands and a program at Frankfurt Studio, with translation funding to support rights sales.
The Icelandic Vigdís Prize 2022 goes to Juergen Boos in recognition of his ‘tireless support of languages and cultures’ at Frankfurt’s helm.
‘This feels very liberating,’ says Klett-Cotta’s Corinna Kroker, on formats ‘that extend an understanding of what a novel has to be.’
The 2022 Guadalajara Literature Prize, awarded by Feria Internacional del Libro, goes to Romanian writer Mircea Cărtărescu.
New Oriental’s e-commerce ‘live streaming’ product pitches in China are credited with moving books onto the bestseller charts.
Ahead of Jonny Geller’s ‘Executive Talk’ at Frankfurt, a ‘new generation’ moves into new roles and responsibility at Curtis Brown.
During this year’s Sharjah International Book Fair Publishers Conference, rights professionals will win two new awards.
That reading list your teacher sent you home with can do great things for sales of several ‘great classics’ in a hot July in China.
At Helsinki Literary Agency, Urtė Liepuoniūtė says she’s seeing greatly enhanced interest from France and French-language houses.
Bologna Children’s Book Fair at 60 makes a major rights-trading change, opening its Agents’ Center to adult as well as children’s content.