Frankfurt Studio’s ‘The Future of Independent Publishing’ featured speakers from Germany, Spain, France, the Netherlands, and Italy.
The signing of the Climate Pledge this summer by Amsterdam-based Elsevier sets it on course to ‘achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2040.’
Industry Notes: HarperCollins announces new rights territories for Jeffrey Archer’s work; Welbeck has a license for England Football.
‘The Journal of Arabic Studies’ premieres in January, in a new partnership between Brill Publishing and Abu Dhabi Arabic Language Centre.
This year, the honors go to writers from countries including Bulgaria, Latvia, Iceland, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, and Sweden.
To celebrate World Book Day, Amazon Publishing is offering ‘At the End of the Matinee’ by Keiichiro Hirano and other translations for free download through April 24.
The UK’s Translators Association issues a statement on debates about who should translate whom–and ‘institutional barriers.’
With its promise of making books easier to read on phones and tablets, the Immer app wins this year’s €50,000 Renew the Book prize.
Bridging a divide that saw the University of California cut ties with Elsevier two years ago, the school and publisher have a new agreement.
How do online rights events organized by literary agencies, publishers, and others compare to the physical book fair experience? We hear from several rights folks on how it’s going so far.