Presented in Venice at the Mauri School, the 2022 report from Italy’s publishers shows gains over the pre-pandemic era, amid market shifts.
The 40th Mauri School in Venice: ‘Interpreting Change’
The Umberto e Elisabetta Mauri ‘school of booksellers’ returns to Venice, with a live-streamed half-day conference available on January 27.
In Italy: Remembering Publisher Achille Mauri
The Italian and international publishing industries remember Achille Mauri while celebrating a record result from #ioleggoperché.
Readmagine: Luis González on Publishing’s Own Narrative
Formulating Readmagine in Madrid, the Fundación Germán Sánchez Ruipérez’s Luis González is impressed with what ‘outsiders’ may offer.
Italian Publishers: A 2.5-Percent Slip in Volume Through April
Seeing downturns in revenues and unit sales, January Through April, AIE plans a two-panel program at Torino’s book fair.
Venice’s 39th Mauri School, Part Two: A ‘Perfect Companion’
From the publishers on our Mauri School panel, Stefano Mauri and Andrew Franklin, new takes on the book business and the Web.
Venice’s 39th Mauri School, Part One: A ‘New Future’
The 2022 Mauri School conference commentary from booksellers and publishers was a deep look at ‘The New Future’ ahead for books.
Italy’s Publishers Report a Crisis in Paper Costs, Art and Travel Books
‘We are faced with two emergencies’ in paper costs and the state of art-book and tourism publishing, says AIE’s leadership.
Italian Trade Jumps 16 Percent in 2021: Fourth Strongest Gain in Europe
In what Ricardo Franco Levi calls ‘a good year throughout Europe,’ Italy in 2021 broke its own records with a 16-percent industry gain.
Italy’s 39th ‘Mauri School’ on January 28: ‘The New Future’
‘Il Nuovo Futoro’–the New Future–is the title of this year’s Umberto and Elisabetta Mauri program in bookselling and publishing.
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