Whose responsibility is it, one congress panelist will ask, to address today’s shallowing-out of reading as a habit in many cultures?
The IPA’s International Publishers Congress focuses on women in publishing, accessibility, the state of reading, the value of EdTech, cultural hegemony, and more.
The first IPA International Publishers Congress since 2018 will look at issues confronting the world book publishing industry.
Live panel appearances at book fairs in the Philippines and Indonesia will promote Wattpad’s new podcasts headed for Spotify.
The Vietnamese publisher, author, and journalist Pham Doan Trang’s appeal of her nine-year sentence is rejected by the Hanoi court.
Tasked with bringing more cohesion to the Asian and Island Pacific communities in diaspora, Gold House names the first six of its 2022 books.
The 43-year-old Vietnamese free-expression activist, publisher, and author Pham Doan Trang won the IPA’s Prix Voltaire in 2020.
With a court date now in place for Vietnam’s Pham Doan Trang, freedom-of-speech and human-rights organizations are calling for her release.
‘Myanmar is totally silent in world literature,’ says publisher San Mon Aung. He and his family have left their home country for safety.
The first Singapore Translation Symposium includes a lifetime achievement award for two prominent leaders in Malay and Chinese studies.