The largest publisher of translated work is bringing Françoise Sagan’s unfinished ‘Four Corners of the Heart’ into English.
Since the COVID-19 onset, Michiel Kolman says, Elsevier’s workforce has found a new sense for its work’s importance–and for belonging.
Aimed at supporting Dutch startups and organizations that promote reading, ‘Renew the Book’ Innovation Award is now accepting submissions for the 2021 prize.
A book written in a child’s voice wins the 2020 International Booker Prize, its author from a devoutly religious Dutch farming family.
From Sweden, Denmark, the UK, Australia, the USA, the Netherlands, and Norway, today’s titles include children’s books and an LGBT graphic novel.
Reflecting the unity needed in world publishing to address the COVID-19 crisis, a discussion of the pandemic’s impact reveals parallel challenges for publishers, booksellers, and authors.
The Dutch Foundation for Literature is offering translators a fixed fee for sample translations and additional support to publishers on production, promotion.
From Italy, the United States, Finland, Sweden, Germany, Spain, and the Netherlands, here’s a year-end look at titles with tidings of brisk rights activity.
Our Rights Roundup today brings you eight titles written by seven women and one man from seven countries, each book with a clear goal.
Our 2019 Publishing Perspectives Talks at Frankfurt will explore how climate crisis, women and executive leadership, and blockchain affect book publishing.