The world’s most influential publishing trade show for younger readers was green-lighted only on January 15.
Despite ongoing COVID concerns and Russia’s attack on Ukraine, Stephanie Barrouillet looks ahead to an upbeat in-person Bologna.
Driven by winter-break extracurricular reading lists, China’s charts see familiar classics in fiction, humorous history titles in nonfiction.
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)
Interview: Iryna Baturevych at the publishing magazine ‘Chytomo’ has launched an English-language edition for the world book business.
Seventeen nations are represented in eight categories, with Greece making its debut in International Excellence Awards competition.
Interview: The director of the Book Arsenal Festival in Kyiv talks about life amid missile strikes and Putin’s ‘crime against humanity.’
The Copenhagen-based Saga Egmont division of Lindhard & Ringhof is making English-language audiobooks for four new partner presses.
The Dutch Foundation for Literature commissioned two years of sample translations to promote titles and help translators make ends meet.