The National Book Awards now accept submissions by authors who are not US citizens ‘to celebrate the widest possible array of voices.’
Éditions Thierry Magnier rights manager Judith Parenteau says the ‘activist’ Collection L’Ardeur is earning new attention in the rights arena.
The Bologna Licensing Trade Fair returns in April alongside the children’s book fair, with awards and a focus on audiovisual content.
The American Library Association’s Youth Media Awards, which include the Newbery and Caldecott honors, have been announced this week.
‘We have decided to attack the 1949 law to repeal this commission’ on children’s literature, says French publisher Thierry Magnier.
The Polari Prize program for UK and Irish books relative to LGBTQ themes announced its winners at an event held at the British Library.
‘There’s no translation needed,’ Laura Gómez, of PRH Grupo Editorial in Colombia says, when illustrators are crossing borders.
Penguin Random House — along with the Iowa State Education Association, authors, students, and educators — is taking Iowa to court for its law against sexual content in books.
The US National Book Awards’ ceremony in New York City concludes with an earnest, respectful appeal for a ‘humanitarian cease-fire’ in Gaza.
Ahead of an ‘It’s Finland Again’ campaign for the 10th anniversary of Frankfurt’s Guest of Honor Finland, FILI announces record rights sales.