March trade revenues across all other categories came to US$804.4 million, down 4.2 percent from the figure for March 2021. The post AAP StatShot: US Market up Slightly Year-to-Date, March Down 4.2 Percent appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
As Bologna Children's Book Fair announces its 2023 dates, Feria Internacional del Libro confirms its October program. The post Spain’s Liber 22 Confirms an October 5 to 7 Run in Barcelona appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
Iman Ben Chaibah launched Sail Publishing 12 years ago as an ebook-first company. She’s since added print books and an online store. The post Digital in Dubai: Sail Publishing Masters the Transition appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
We're off for the US holiday on Monday, so here's a musical interlude for those heading to the SSP Meeting next week. The post Off for Memorial Day and Off to Chicago for SSP appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
Books, says Hany Kamel, 'align with TikTok's mission to inspire creativity and bring joy.' The social medium is at Abu Dhabi's book fair. The post TikTok at Abu Dhabi International Book Fair: Chatting With Hany Kamel appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
'Tomb of Sand' is the first novel translated from an Indian language to win the award. Shree and Rockwell split the International Booker's £50,000 purse. The post In London, Geetanjali Shree and Daisy Rockwell Win the 2022 International Booker Prize appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
As Sheikh bin Zayed allocates millions of dirhams for books at Abu Dhabi's fair, the show announces action against copyright violators. The post Abu Dhabi Book Fair: ‘Shutting Down’ Copyright Violators appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
Earlier this month we asked the community which organizations they volunteer for and why. Today it's the Chefs' turn! The post Ask the Chefs: Which Organizations Do You Volunteer For And Why? appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
Conclusions and responses taken to last year's Scholarly Kitchen reader survey. The post The Scholarly Kitchen Readership Survey One Year On appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
There have been many novels that imagine a world without men – but are these books reductive or freeing?All the men are gone. Usually this is conceived as the result of a plague. Less often, the cause is violence. Occasionally, the men don’t die and the sexes are just segregated in different geographical regions. Or…
Writers from across the Arab world were celebrated for their "intellectual power" at the Sheikh Zayed Book Award's 2022 ceremony in Abu Dhabi. The post Sheikh Zayed Book Award Honors Its 2022 Laureates appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
The arrests in Minsk of two Belarusian publishing professionals sends a chill through the world book business. The post IPA, FEP, EIBF: Reports of Belarusian Publishers’ Detentions appeared first on Publishing Perspectives.
With CRediT now formalized as a standard, Alice Meadows interviews Liz Allen, Simon Kerridge, and Alison McGonagle O'Connell (cochairs of the working group) about what's next for the taxonomy The post Next Steps for CRediT – An Interview with the Co-Chairs appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.