The CEO of the new Kaiken Entertainment has a message for Berlin’s Publishers’ Forum: Think ‘full 360,’ story worlds, and ‘finding the right partners.’
In the USA, BookExpo includes audiobook events. In Canada, ebook design is stressed in a competition. And in the UK, a bookseller features a self-published novel.
‘We wanted to offer something different,” says Andrea Chambers of NYU’s Center for Publishing about a new conference with Publishers Weekly.
Ten contemporary titles in French translated to English are in the first of two rounds of voting for the new Albertine Prize. A winner is named June 6.
‘Myriad characters fighting fate in their own way,” says YZ Chin, are featured in her story collection honored by Feminist Press and TAYO Literary Magazine.
‘I needed somebody who could publish a work of this magnitude,’ says Cornwell of her new nonfiction work from Amazon Publishing. Her UK tour starts today.
At the Festival Neue Literatur, author Garth Greenwell calls on writers and publishers to use their art to resist ‘moral darkness’ of today’s politics.
In an effort to combat counterfeit print textbooks, distributors partner with publishers on a protocol of inspection and alerts.
A fledgling cooperation between translators and librarians aims to bring more international literature to American library patrons.
Festival Neue Literatur explores ‘how gay and queer identity changes as we move further towards equal rights’ and more, says curator Peter Blackstock.