“The aim is not to sell books, but to sell narratives,” said LAPAS Books founder Ūla Ambrasaitė at Frankfurt, in a discussion on independent publishers’ unique challenges and advantages.
Taiwan at Frankfurt this year features three stands and a program at Frankfurt Studio, with translation funding to support rights sales.
A focus on visual artistry as well as literature have been highlighted at this year’s Taipei International Book Exhibition. (Sponsored)
The Frankfurt Publishers Training Program from the Taipei International Book Exhibition is offered in both in-person and digital formats.
The leadership of 14 international book fairs in 13 nations agree to suspend contact with Russian state institutions and agencies.
‘Creative Asia: Rights Matters’ is part of an extensive presentation at Frankfurter Buchmesse from Taiwan’s TAICCA program. (Sponsored)
The Frontiers platform’s open-access arrangement with Taiwan’s National Health Research Institutes is the publisher’s first of its kind in Asia.
At ‘Words Without Borders,’ Susan Harris’ curation of this year’s queer issue has focused on inflection points that require ‘reckonings.’
Losing its physical fair to a COVID-19 outbreak within days of opening, Taiwan’s biggest book fair extends its online run—by four months.
Rights and licensing are part of the Taipei Book Fair’s Publishers Training Program, produced digitally with Frankfurter Buchmesse.