The Russian writer Dmitry Glukhovsky, in exile since before Russia’s assault on Ukraine, Dorle Kopetzky says, ‘will not stop speaking out.’
A September shipment to Kyiv comprises new books donated by UK publishers for Book Aid International and PEN chapters’ distribution.
The Russian-American journalist, essayist, and author Masha Gessen has won the €10,000 Hannah Arendt Prize based in Bremen.
This exchange program, coordinated by the Börsenverein, brings together organizations in Germany and Ukraine to promote the book industry.
The Biden administration, with UNESCO member-states’ approval, has reinstated the United States’ membership in the UN’s cultural body.
The writer and war-crimes researcher Victoria Amelina has died of wounds sustained in the June 27 Russian attack in Kramatorsk.
The 11th Book Arsenal Festival–prevented in 2022 by Russia’s attack–has been staged successfully in Kyiv this week, with Zelensky on-hand.
The ‘Tales of EUkraine’ project from the Federation of European Publishers and Ukrainian Book Institute is in Naples with AIE’s support.
Like the Association of University Presses, De Gruyter’s charitable foundation backs the ‘SUPRR’ initiative for Ukrainian publishing’s resilience.
The Iraqi publisher Mazin Lateef Ali’s son Abdulmoahimen accepts the 2023 Prix Voltaire for his father, who was abducted in 2020.