The Jan Michalski Prize for Literature honors Georgia Thomson’s new translation of the title about East European victims of Nazi forced labor.
In this edition of Rights Roundup, you’ll find work first published in Finland, Italy, Spain, the United States, Switzerland,and France.
As we ask literary agents, rights directors, scouts and others about their Frankfurt plans, our rights sale news in this roundup comes from six markets.
The latest ‘Digital Consumer Book Barometer’ includes statistics from Italy, the German-language markets, Spain, Brazil, Mexico, and French-language Canada.
The winners of this year’s publishing-house awards are based in Tanzania, Switzerland, Iran, the United States, Colombia, and New Zealand.
Nonfiction books ‘deserve a big stage right now,’ says the Börsenverein’s Karin Schmidt-Friderichs as this program names a first winner.
Eight titles now are in contention for the €25,000 honor, in the delayed first award cycle of the German Nonfiction Prize.
From Switzerland, the United States, Turkey, the United Kingdom, Italy, Norway, today’s titles include work for adults and children.
Publishers in three countries have submitted more than 200 titles for the jury’s consideration in the 2021 competition.
Our titles come from the United States, Canada, Finland, Norway, Belgium, and Sweden and include environmentally cognizant writings.