Among the books generating buzz this week are a Spanish mountaineer's memoir; a new romantic comedy co-written by 'Rosie Project' author Graeme Simsion; and a work by a French editor about trying to summit Mont Blanc.
The 14th edition of the Guatemala International Book Fair saw a boom in attendance and a slew of panels focusing on regional interests.
A recent symposium looked at issues keeping Mexican books from hitting the U.S. market.
A new survey of Canadian readers found that Margaret Atwood is the Canadian author most residents recognize. The BookNet Canada survey also found that one in five Canadian readers cannot name a single Canadian author.
Simon & Schuster’s Carolyn Reidy and Albin Michel’s Guillaume Dervieux will be the speakers at the Frankfurt CEO Talk 2017 set for October 11 during the annual international fair.
This week's hot books include an Italian thriller, a Spanish book on the gardens of great thinkers, and a novel about a writer who finds literary success after becoming a ghost.
For the second month running, Germany’s fiction list was led by Norwegian author Maja Lunde’s novel The History of Bees in June.
PW's Louisa Ermelino reports on the robust book culture scene in and around the Glastonbury festival.
Ten years ago, publishers might have struggled to find the emirate on a map. Today, it's home to a blossoming book scene, the Sharjah International Book Fair, and the hot Arabic-language kids' publisher Kalimat.
Among the books heating up around the globe this week are Raphaëlle Giordano's French bestseller, a debut Swedish thriller and a backlist novel by a Guatemalan author known best for his short fiction.