Like the Association of University Presses, De Gruyter’s charitable foundation backs the ‘SUPRR’ initiative for Ukrainian publishing’s resilience.
At Norway’s WEXFO, Iraqi Mazin Lateef Ali Wins IPA’s Prix Voltaire
The Iraqi publisher Mazin Lateef Ali’s son Abdulmoahimen accepts the 2023 Prix Voltaire for his father, who was abducted in 2020.
AI and the Book Business: AAP’s Annual General Meeting
Maria A. Pallante’s outline of AI’s considerations for publishing was the highlight of AAP’s 2023 annual meeting, streamed from Washington.
Frankfurt’s ‘The Hof’ Features Kyiv’s Yulia Kozlovets
The key guest of Frankfurter Buchmesse’s ‘The Hof’ on May 25 will be the Book Arsenal Festival director, Yulia Kozlovets.
The Freedom To Write Index: 311 Imprisoned Worldwide
The newly released ‘Freedom to Write Index’ features 2022 key cases, trends, regimes, victims of oppression, and leading markets of concern.
In Ukraine: Kyiv’s Book Arsenal Plans a June Festival
The 11th edition of Ukraine’s Book Arsenal Festival, impossible to hold last year, now has dates of June 22 to 25 at Mystetskyi Arsenal.
London Book Fair: A Keynote From Mayor Khan on the Climate Crisis
With a focus on Ukraine and daily keynotes each morning, London Book Fair’s programming is beginning to take shape.
Sustainability: Exact Editions Promotes ‘Collections’ for Book-Award Juries
In the crowded book-awards space, Exact Editions recommends its environment-friendly digital ‘collections’ for prize-program jurors.
In Germany, Frankfurter Buchmesse Opens Fellowship and Grant Programs
Four key fellowship opportunities have opened to applications for international publishing professionals from various parts of the world.
More Prizes: The Best Children’s Publishers of the Year at Bologna
At the 60th Bologna trade fair, the closely watched Best Children’s Publishers of the Year awards are named in six world regions.