Raúl Figueroa Sarti, founding director of F&G Editores, receives the Guadalajara International Book Fair's 2022 Editorial Merit Prize. The post Guatemala’s Raúl Figueroa Sarti Fêted at Guadalajara appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
The 2022 AAP Jeri Laber Award honors Venezuela's Editorial Dahbar, 'one of the few publishers still operating in the country.' The post AAP Names Venezuela’s Editorial Dahbar its International Freedom to Publish Winner appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
A year ago, Guardian writer Tim Jonze joined half a million others taking part in National Novel Writing Month. He finished his book but never read it from cover to cover – until nowThis time last year, possibly against my better judgement, I wrote a 50,000-word novel in just 30 days – a task so…
Brian Cox, Nicola Coughlan, Daniel Kaluuya and Emilia Villa-Muhammad are set to star in a new Audible Original production of Charles Dickens’ classic tale, Oliver Twist.
Twelve authors have been welcomed onto the The Royal Society of Literature’s (RSL) International Writers Programme, an annual, life-long award that recognises the contribution of writers across the globe to literature in English.
All events across next year’s Imagine Children’s Festival at The Southbank Centre will be relaxed, meaning people are allowed to enter and leave the auditorium freely, and there is an open attitude towards audience noise and movement.
The Publishers Association (PA), Society of Authors (SoA) and The British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) have launched judicial review proceedings in respect of the Department for Education’s plans for Oak National Academy.
The beginning of the holiday season means it’s time for our annual list of our favorite books read (and other cultural creations experienced) during the year. Part 2 today. The post Chefs’ Selections: Best Books Read and Favorite Cultural Creations During 2022, Part 2 appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
The Society of Authors (SoA) has partnered with the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation (GBSF) to launch a new prize for translation from Japanese into English.
Over one billion hours of Harry Potter stories have now been listened to on Audible since the audiobooks were first made available on the platform seven years ago.
Nicole Etherington has been appointed to the role of rights manager at Blake Friedmann Literary Agency, replacing Hana Murrell, who has been appointed rights director at Hardman & Swainson.
More than 150 literary agents have signed an open letter pledging not to submit new projects to HarperCollins US in support of workers at the company who are on strike.
Penguin Random House (PRH) has seen its ethnicity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic and gender pay gaps increase this year. The publisher says this is due to its focus on hiring staff from underrepresented backgrounds in early career roles.
Bloomsbury is using “immersive” hologram technology for its Christmas marketing campaign for You Don’t Know What War Is by Yeva Skalietska.
Based in Frankfurt, Bookwire's expansion into the French market includes audiobook production and distribution work with Banijay. The post Bookwire Has an Audiobook Deal With France’s Banijay appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.