The medical analyst and former Baltimore health commissioner Dr. Leana Wen releases a book of private reflection on a public career.
Titles in this Rights Roundup come from Finland, Spain, the United Kingdom, and Italy, and they include a single entry with 31 rights sales.
The European Writers Council and a consortium of agencies working with PEN America blast the Lukashenko regime’s new raids in Belarus.
In his new role of running his own small press, Richard Charkin finds success in breaking vows he made when setting it up.
For the first time, a translator will chair the International Booker Prize jury, with Singapore-born translator Jeremy Tiang aboard, as well.
An emergency fund has been opened to get quick aid to West London’s Saqi Books, a publisher and bookstore reporting severe flood damage.
Today’s Rights Roundup has material originating in French, Arabic, English, Finnish, and Italian, altogether selling into at least 30 markets.
PEN Translates’ new grants include books originating in Arabic, Croatian, Spanish, Swedish, Portuguese, Irish, Japanese, and Tibetan.
While online sales have proved to be robust, city bookstores are challenged by urban areas described as ‘increasingly deserted.’
Specialized in handling children’s literature from Walker Books, Hogs Back Books, and others, MMS signs on with BookSource for distribution.