The 12-year-old international digital book service’s CEO Michael Tamblyn addressed the Abu Dhabi book fair’s conference.
In taking books to film or television, consultant Maha Abdullah tells publishers, full ‘localization’ may be better than mere translation.
Mohammed Alnaas, from Libya, has become the youngest writer to win the International Prize for Arabic Fiction.
The first staging of Abu Dhabi’s International Congress of Arabic Publishing and Creative Industries opens ahead of the emirate’s book fair.
The first staging of Abu Dhabi’s International Congress of Arabic Publishing and Creative Industries is onstage Sunday.
Abdulsalam Haykal says his Majarra platform is the framework publishers need to access, effectively, new world of digital subscribers.
Abu Dhabi-bound rights director Inka Ihmels of Berlin’s Aufbau Verlag is looking to learn ‘what kinds of genres work in Arab markets.’
Abu Dhabi’s ‘Spotlight on Rights’ has provided some US$500,000 in translation publication and digital-conversion suppport.
For his work in ‘cultural criticism, women’s studies, and critical thinking,’ Abdullah Al-Ghathami is the Sheikh Zayed Book Award’s honoree.
Cathleen Robitaille of Librairie Clavreuil will be at the Abu Dhabi International Book Fair: ‘Our aim is to discuss our love of old books together.’