Children’s and YA books are tops when it comes to Italy’s rights sales, as has been reported this week at Rome’s Più libri più liberi.
Our Rights Roundup of children’s titles has work originating in Turkey, France, Finland, Germany, Singapore, Spain, and the Czech Republic.
Barcelona’s Anna Soler-Pont and Villeurbanne’s Magalie Delobelle are recalling ‘LitAg Moments’ with us for Frankfurt’s 75th.
Guest of Honor Poland and 12 additional markets are lined up for stand participation at Liber 2023, the publishing trade fair in Madrid.
The Hay Festival adds a Panama event in January 2024, and its Sevilla, Spain addition runs in early October.
The annual report from Spain’s publishers describes a 10th consecutive year of growth for the country’s book market, at €2.7 billion.
At Readmagine, Gutenberg University’s Christoph Bläsi examined several issues driving the artificial intelligence debate in publishing.
The RISE Bookselling project with the EIBF assesses the value of Europe’s four ‘culture pass’ programs for young readers – and the industry.
The new three-year transformative agreement for IEEE and Spain’s ‘CRUE’ universities is available to researchers wanting open access.
To boost international rights sales at Liber Madrid, organizers are creating a ‘Priority Interest’ program and inviting hundreds of buyers.