The president of one of China’s leading publishing houses, which releases more than 10,000 titles annually and has the third-highest sales among the nation’s publishers,... Read more
Beijing International Book Fair returnees give us an indispensable glimpse into the Chinese market and extol the benefits of attending the fair.
Children’s indie Nosy Crow has made huge strides in export markets since its launch. Its senior rights manager, Michela Pea, explains the importance of BIBF.... Read more
The award-winning translator discusses the face of Chinese translation today and recommends key names to look out for.
As the ongoing trade war between the United States and China rumbled on early this year, some interesting book industry statistics were coming out of... Read more
Often lauded as the world’s first literary festival, Cheltenham is to celebrate seven decades of programming with a series of events based around septets. ... Read more
Four publishing industry figures pay tribute to and share their recollections of acclaimed author and the first African-American Nobel Laureate, Toni Morrison.
Adam Kay's This is Going to Hurt has notched up a 19th Weekly E-Book Ranking number one, and is now officially joined in a three-way... Read more
T M Logan's The Holiday (Zaffre) has defeated Adam Kay's This is Going to Hurt (Picador) for the Weekly E-Book Ranking top spot, putting at... Read more
Radical publisher Pluto Press is bringing back its classic Big Red Diary to coincide with the publisher's 50th anniversary. We speak to Pluto c.e.o. Veruschka... Read more