British publishers must not hang on to rights they cannot exploit, Nigerian poet and novelist Lola Shoneyin told delegates at a session on decolonisation at... Read more
For publishing and creativity to flourish in the Arab World, “the censorship authorities must focus more on preserving copyrights and preventing fraud and piracy than... Read more
Beach libraries and celebrating reading through cricket will form part of the year-long programme in Sharjah when it becomes the 19th UNESCO World Book Capital.... Read more
The Sharjah Publishing City, intended to become a new publishing hub in the Middle East, is now officially open.
The UK will be the guest of honour at the Sharjah International Book Fair (SIBF) next month.
Our latest picture gallery features pictures of George Ezra, Michael Rosen, stormtroopers, Sharjah International Book Fair and Unbound's fifth birthday celebrations.
UK and European publishers attending the Sharjah International Book Fair have said the event has brought new business and new opportunities for them and their... Read more
The Arab world should “use culture rather than guns” to achieve its ends, guests were told at the opening ceremony of the 35th Sharjah International... Read more
Sharjah's purpose-built "Publishing City" will open in January 2017.
A new 2 million UED (£365,907.56) award for translation was announced at the opening of the 34th Sharjah International Book Fair (SIBF) yesterday (Wednesday 4th... Read more