A Frankfurt Book Fair panel on independent comics publishers highlighted the innovative ways publishers get their books to readers.
Our Rights Roundup of children’s titles has work originating in Turkey, France, Finland, Germany, Singapore, Spain, and the Czech Republic.
Not all international audiobook markets are evolving at the same pace, say speakers in the second online Frankfurt Rights Meeting event.
A high-level overview of AI and publishing interests opens the 75th Frankfurt’s Rights Meeting in its new multi-week format.
Industry Notes: Frankfurt Rights Meeting’s Tom Chatfield chairs the ALCS, and Singapore Book Council has announced its translation event.
After digital and hybrid editions for three years, Singapore’s Asian Festival of Children’s Content goes fully physical again.
In 12 categories, the 2022 biennial Singapore Literature Prize winners are drawn from 43 writers in Tamil, Malay, Chinese, and English.
The pool of submissions for this biennial prize was smaller this year than in 2020, an effect, organizers say, of the pandemic on publishing.
Ten years after its inception, the Yale-based Windham-Campbell Prizes program is uniquely focused on ‘the love of writers and writing.’
The first Singapore Translation Symposium includes a lifetime achievement award for two prominent leaders in Malay and Chinese studies.