At the Conference of International Book Fair Directors in Gothenburg last week, executives met to discuss industry issues and prepare a statement in support of human rights, reading, and diversity.
Superstar author Marc Levy hasn’t hit it big in the U.S., where he has been published by AmazonCrossing and Europa Editions, but he’s back on top at home in France.
This week's hot books include a biography of Rembrandt, and an Australian YA novel that is collecting several international sales.
The organizers of the New York Rights Fair and BookExpo have announced a multiyear partnership for joint management of the fair.
The inaugural New York Rights Fair brought 70 literary agents, scouts, foreign rights associates, film producers, literary managers, and other publishing professionals from all over the world together to talk shop.
There is an eager audience of consumers for diverse books and films that is being neglected by gatekeepers, a panel of experts at the New York Rights Fair said.
At the New York Rights Fair, authors and publishing professionals sought to learn more about a book-to-film marketplace that’s been disrupted by a proliferation of streaming services.
A panel at the New York Rights Fair featuring Storytel, audiobooks.com, and Kobo saw discussions about how the audiobook market is evolving around the world.
At the New York Rights Fair, panelists shattered the old publishing myth that American publishers ignore foreign books, highlighting campaigns that made foreign books successful in the United States.
At the New York Rights Fair, panelists explored the proud tradition of Scandinavian crime fiction and its ongoing evolution.