Year-to-date book sales in the US are looking likely to converge with that of 2020 at 8 percent growth, reports Kristen McLean at NPD Books.
While conceding that ‘asylum is very difficult,’ Nicaragua’s Sergio Ramírez, talks about moving to Spain and ‘the role of a writer.’
The 2021 Albertine Prize goes to William Rodarmor for his French-to-English translation of ‘And Their Children After Them’ by Nicolas Mathieu.
The signals are looking good for the United States’ trade, as it enters the last quarter of 2021, per the October StatShot report.
Announcing its acquisition of Knowledge Unlatched, Wiley stresses the need to simplify open-access transactions for both libraries and publishers.
Originally founded in 2009 by Jane Friedman, Open Road enters a new chapter under the ownership of an investment group, with David Steinberger coming in as CEO.
The forthcoming winner of the five-title shortlist for this year’s Albertine Prize has been voted on by the French bookshop’s membership.
Sharjah Book Authority and Ingram Content Group announce a joint venture, Lightning Source Sharjah, a print-on-demand installation at Sharjah Publishing City.
The Association of American Publishers is opening new committee-level development projects in both climate and diversity.
The 72nd iteration of the United States’ National Book Awards featured an initial pool of 1,892 submissions in five categories.