Not all international audiobook markets are evolving at the same pace, say speakers in the second online Frankfurt Rights Meeting event.
The Turkish Publishers Association honors a house fighting seven cases of effective bans on books considered ‘harmful to minors.’
The Iraqi publisher Mazin Lateef Ali’s son Abdulmoahimen accepts the 2023 Prix Voltaire for his father, who was abducted in 2020.
The 2023 IPA Prix Voltaire nominees—from Pakistan, Egypt, Ireland, Turkey, and Iraq—’have made a significant contribution’ to freedom to publish.
Today’s pre-London Book Fair Rights Roundup features work from the States, Germany, Sweden, Finland, Turkey, Spain, and Australia.
Titles in this children’s Rights Roundup originally were published in Spain, Finland, the United Kingdom, Turkey, India, and Switzerland.
The Turkish-German theater artist and author Emine Sevgi Özdamar turns 76 with a new award to her name, the Georg Büchner Prize.
Germany’s Börsenverein and Frankfurter Buchmesse ‘condemn Erdogan’s swap deal,’ calling on Sweden and Finland ‘to stand their ground.’
The IPA warns against making publisher Ragip Zarakolu a pawn in the Swedish-Finnish-Turkish NATO talks.
Titles in this Rights Roundup come from Turkey, Spain, France, Finland, and Sweden, and include work for adults and young readers.