Efforts to assist Ukrainian refugee kids with books are paying off in Germany and Poland as colleagues support Ukraine’s book industry.
With 75 first-time exhibitors and 400 speakers in the show’s programming, London Book Fair is up and running.
Following Putin’s attack on Kharkiv, Ukraine’s printing hub, the Federation of European Publishers at Bologna issues a worldwide appeal.
Interview: Iryna Baturevych at the publishing magazine ‘Chytomo’ has launched an English-language edition for the world book business.
Ukraine’s Book Arsenal Festival has opened this week, as international publishers and rights professionals sign up for the ‘Rights On’ B2B program. (Sponsored)
Ukrainian title output plunged 55 percent in the first half of the year, publishers say, as they worry that renewed lockdowns are ahead.
Having caught its stride in 2019, Ukraine’s book market now is weathering the pandemic—and opening a new translation grant for rights buyers.
With a bright, new stand design and a newly launched Ukrainian Book Institute, the country’s publishers and literature made a big splash in Frankfurt.