Hobbled, as are other markets, by high production and shipping costs, Poland’s book business learns that its taxation won’t be eased.
A total 21,725 illustrations by 4,345 participants were submitted from 91 nations for this year’s Illustrators Exhibition honors at Bologna.
As nominations open for the 2023 German Book Trade Peace Prize, the program joins in the ‘Winter Aid for Ukraine’ campaign.
Bialiatski and more: The #FreeAllWords initiative, new this year, focuses on translating the work of Ukrainian and Belarusian writers.
The Gaumont-Scholastic Entertainment project is developing Down syndrome advocate Sofia Sanchez’ ‘Rocket Park’ books for television.
The closing panel of the 2022 IPA International Publishers Congress looks the responsibility to increase diversity in book publishing.
The Bologna bookstore, Giannino Stoppani, was damaged by fire in May. Sharjah World Book Capital has contributed €50,000 to assist.
‘Books and reading are absolutely indispensable to our European democracy,’ Ricardo Levi says on taking the federation’s presidency.
In an hourlong onstage interview at Frankfurt Book Fair, Olena Zelenska spoke of ‘the truth of what we’re witnessing every day.’
Amid ‘an oppressive global political situation,’ says Frankfurt Book Fair president and CEO Juergen Boos, ‘this fair sent important signals.’