A scam that typically involves a literary agent, scout, or publisher being asked for a manuscript by what appears to be a trusted party—another agent, scout or publisher—via email has continued to spread and was the subject of much discussion during the Frankfurt Book Fair.
The annual Rights Meeting focused on the Polish, Romanian and Russian publishing markets, which have all faced challenges from politics and economics.
The 2018 fair had a business-as-usual vibe, and exhibitions and exhibitors were both up.
The Literary Agents & Scouts Centre is moving to a new location next year, a change publishers and agents worry may make their time in Frankfurt less productive.
PW Talks to UCLA law professor Neil Netanel, author of 'Copyright: What Everyone Needs to Know.'
John Sargent, CEO of Macmillan, gave this year’s Frankfurt CEO Talk, discussing everything from the future of print books to his battle with the White House over the publication of 'Fire and Fury.'
At the Frankfurt Book Fair’s inaugural Audiobook Conference on Wednesday, experts told attendees that the audio book is indeed a global trend with more growth to come.
Some 200 friends of former Penguin CEO and Overlook Press co-founder Peter Mayer gathered in a ballroom at the Grandhotel Hessischer Hof in Frankfurt on Tuesday to remember the late publisher.
This fall, Cengage introduced Cengage Unlimited, a new digital subscription service. Does this mean the textbook's days are numbered?
Ahead of this year’s Frankfurt Book Fair, PW spoke with the Pulitzer Prize-winning author about her new book on leadership, and why the world should look beyond the current occupant of the Oval Office.