OUP’s David Bowers discusses some of the main issues at the International Rights Directors Meeting, including Brazil, apps, and technology.
Brazil’s top literary agent, Lucia Riff, discusses selling buying and selling rights in Brazil and abroad, and market trends in Brazil
Agents sound off on key emerging markets, digital issues, agents-turned-publishers, the growth of film rights, and more prior to the start of the Frankfurt Book Fair.
Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs, which will be published by Simon & Schuster on October 24 of this year, may also soon be a movie.
Some agents are now offering to publish their client’s work themselves. Will there be repercussions from publishers?
Bologna may be the major children’s book fair, but Frankfurt’s 7,500 exhibitors from 100+ countries is another opportunity to mine the best the world has to offer.
Juliane Schulze senior partner at the Berlin-based consultancy peacefulfish discusses Indian films and the growing international interest in Indian stories.
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A new breed of shady Indian literary agents offering a roster of dubious services are preying on naive aspiring writers.
Small pubs may welcome a sales boost, but the new relationships and deals resulting from an awards nod may pay greater dividends in the long-term.