The original ‘Llyfr Glas Nebo’ by writer-translator Manon Steffan Ros wins the Yoto Carnegie in translation as ‘The Blue Book of Nebo.’
The titles featured in this edition of our Rights Roundup are from Australia, Sweden, Norway, England, and France.
Frankfurt’s Guest of Honor Slovenia program is to draw on the market’s natural setting as well as its publishing industry and culture.
The Prix Albertine Jeunesse winners are chosen in four age-defined groups of bilingual French- and English-language students in North America.
The Scottish Books International program stages authors in Germany in its Scottish Books Showcase series, with music by Assynt.
Georgi Gospodinov and translator Angela Rodel have won the 2023 International Booker Prize for ‘Time Shelter,’ the program’s first win from Bulgaria.
The Egyptian composer and musician Omar Khairat, is probably the best known of the winners of the 17th edition of the award program.
Since 2009, Abu Dhabi’s ‘Spotlight on Rights’ has supported more than 1,030 books with at least 140 publishers.
The Sheikh Zayed Book Award has seven events planned for Abu Dhabi’s book fair, with speakers from its 2023 winners’ roster.
‘The Water Diviner’ wins the US$50,000 International Prize for Arabic Fiction purse, plus translation, for the Omani novelist Zahran Alqasmi.