The co-founder and CEO of Wattpad hands off to Jeanne Lam in a ‘final curtain call’ he says is not ‘The End.’
Michelle Good’s ‘Five Little Indians’ about survivors of the ‘residential schools’ outlasts the competition in CBCBooks’ ‘Canada Reads.’
Three significant books on China’s bestselling fiction lists early in the lunar new year are buoyed by film and television.
With a goal of deeper penetration in the Japanese market, South Korea’s Naver/Webtoon subsidiary Line buys Ebook Initiative Japan.
The adaptation of Jenny Jägerfeld’s ‘Comedy Queen’–about a 13-year-old who wants to be a stand-up comedian–picks up a Berlinale award.
A film based on a Warsaw ‘rap-roman’ finds its way to Poland’s cinemas in March, its producer calling it ‘fresh’ and ‘blunt.’
Publishers and literary agents report their books to film deals, and the year ahead already is a standout for film and television adaptations.
Fans of Patricia Highsmith can look forward to adaptations of her five Mr. Ripley books as well as ‘Deep Water,’ coming to Showtime.
The 21st season of CBCBooks’ ‘Canada Reads’ will air its live debates March 28 to 31, choosing ‘One Book To Connect Us.’
Recommendations for this year’s gathering of publishers, literary agents, and producers have come from more than 30 countries.