The UK’s Independent Publishers Guild is holding two days of informational and networking events in March at its International Publishing Forum.
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.
This month’s cancellation of Leipziger Buchmesse points to the shifting outlook for major publishing events, professional and public-facing.
In last year’s International Excellence Awards, Europe and Asia were prominent among winners, with Bonnier taking the inclusivity prize.
The trade magazine ‘Publishers Weekly’ expects to stage a late-May digital edition of a ‘US Book Fair,’ as a replacement to BookExpo.
‘I think people will be more determined to be back at Frankfurter Buchmesse in 2021,’ Boos says. ‘This has been a year like no other.’
Corporate streamlining and the associated reduction in staffing has been completed, Frankfurt Book Fair reports, and plans are coming together for 2021.
The Frankfurt Book Fair New York office is closing this month, its business to be handled from Frankfurt. Publishing Perspectives continues.
The world’s largest book publishing trade show has announced a modernization project for future iterations.
Reed Exhibitions’ Andy Ventris follows Jacks Thomas as the new director of London Book Fair, which expects to return to spring dates by 2022.