Foreign rights agency Books Everywhere expands under lockdown

Foreign rights agency Books Everywhere expands under lockdown

A foreign rights consultancy agency that launched during the first UK lockdown has managed to expand during the second.

Books Everywhere, an agency providing support for selling rights and coeditions to publishing houses internationally, was set up in April this year. Its founder Mauro Spagnol was prompted to found the company after the outcome of the Brexit vote. He told The Bookseller he felt he wanted to contribute to the diversity of publishing in the UK, and left his former position at Michael O’Mara to collaborate with various European publishers, mainly Italian, dealing with their f...

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