Translation of Italian books into German is being offered substantial funding ahead of the 2024 Guest of Honor Italy program at Frankfurt.
Slovenian, Egyptian, Arab Publishers’ Associations Meet with IPA’s Bodour Al Qasimi
Two trips, to Slovenia and Egypt, have opened the IPA president’s publishing-market travels this year.
European Union Prize for Literature: The 2021 Winners
This year, the honors go to writers from countries including Bulgaria, Latvia, Iceland, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, and Sweden.
Bärbel Becker’s Frankfurt Event Picks: International Publishing
Bärbel Becker’s selection of events at the 2020 Frankfurt Book Fair, ranging from rights presentations to book prize ceremonies and introductions to international literature.
Guest of Honor Canada Announces Frankfurt Digital Events
Canada FBM2020 brings Atwood, a McLuhan exhibition, music, and more to its online programming at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
Frankfurt: Canada Postpones Its Physical Guest of Honor Program to 2021
With Spain, Slovenia, and Italy all pushing back a year to accommodate the change, Frankfurter Buchmesse announces that Canada will be Guest of Honor at the 2021 book fair.
New Report Looks at Translated Literature in Some World Markets
Called a ‘Diversity Report,’ a new study looks at the status of translated literature various book markets, with emphasis on Austria and Slovenia.
Slovenia Named Frankfurter Buchmesse Guest of Honor 2022
With some 4,000 titles produced annually and a yearly budget of some €4.5 million, the Slovenian Book Agency will organize Slovenia’s 2022 Guest of Honor program at the Frankfurter Buchmesse.
Another ‘World Series’: Translating Southern European and Balkan Books
From the Los Angeles Review of Books: Focusing on one region at a time, UK independent house Peter Owen is translating titles in groups of three at a time.
Why It’s Imperative Amazon v. Hachette Ends Soon
If Amazon believes in readers and Hachette believes in authors as much as they say, it’s imperative they end their fight as soon as possible, argues Tanja Tuma.
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