The Abu Dhabi Arabic Language Centre's 10-person scientific committee aims to present ideas that will 'strengthen the presence of the Arabic language.' The post Abu Dhabi Arabic Language Centre Forms Its 2023 Scientific Committee appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
Nick Barley, director of the Edinburgh International Book Festival, has announced he will step down in September after 14 years.
'The future for Indian publishing is bright,' writes Richard Charkin, reviewing its evolution 'from carbon paper to digital innovations.' The post Richard Charkin on India: ‘A Million Mutinies Now’ appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
The long-running literary debate show, 'Canada Reads,' is set to air March 27 to 30 this year, seeking to 'shift your perspective.' The post CBC’s ‘Canada Reads’ Returns, Featuring ‘Station Eleven’ appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
A visit to another of the world's fascinating archives, this time to Australia's Library of Air. The post A Library of Air appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
Six authors shortlisted for 67th annual Pol Roger Duff Cooper Prize for non-fiction.
Amazon’s operating income for the three months to 31st December 2022 fell to $2.7bn from $3.5bn in 2021.
Waterstones stock flow ’steadily improving’ following introduction of warehouse technology Blue Yonder but challenges remain.
Plans for a £500m expansion of the British Library have been given the green light by Camden Council’s Planning Committee.
Campaigns for titles by Bolu Babalola, R F Kuang and Bonnie Garmus are among those shortlisted for this year’s Publisher’s Publicity Circle (PPC) Awards, which celebrate the best campaigns carried out by publicists in 2022.
Star-studded roster of broadcasters, comedians, authors and illustrators announced as judges of British Book Awards 2023.
The American Booksellers Association is bringing its annual Winter Institute to Seattle this February, returning to an in-person gathering after two years of virtual shows.