Having sold the Chinese rights to every children’s title the Czech house took to Beijing, Albatros has nothing left to sell this weekend at Shanghai’s fair.
At the 2020 International Publishers Congress in May, seven new research reports will be released on leading issues in global publishing.
This month, WWB features a range of Filipino writers and hopes to ‘challenge a monolithic view’ of the country’s many cultures.
While reporting big attendance numbers, the Sharjah Book Fair this year is most memorable for events affirming its deepening world publishing relationships.
Germany’s publishers and booksellers association releases dual studies on fixed book prices, long a tradition and legally regulated reality in the market.
Saying he ‘wanted to write a story without it being shocking,’ Abdelnabi talks about his book based on an actual case of anti-gay police action in Cairo.
As the Sharjah PublisHer Summit approaches, Bodour Al Qasimi and Tracey Armstrong talk about the international momentum of women in publishing.
The Justice Department has written to Hachette about ‘A Warning,’ asserting that its anonymous author may be in violation of nondisclosure agreements.
China’s bestselling books of September reflect celebrations of the People’s Republic’s 70th National Day and the opening of the autumn school semester.
Devoted to showing African children, ‘Your story is just as important,’ Deborah Ahenkorah this month receives one of Canada’s proudest international honors.