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  • Business Brisk at 2015 Beijing International Book Fair

    The five-day show boasted more exhibitors and more deals than in previous years.

  • Toronto’s Word on the Street Fest Takes to New Venue

    For its 26th year, Word on the Street Toronto—Canada’s largest free book and magazine festival—moved to a new venue at the Harbourfront Centre, next to Lake Ontario.

  • What's New for This Year's Shanghai Children's Book Fair?

    With the third China Shanghai International Children's Book Fair four months away, the fair organizers have been busy expanding the program to reflect a growing Chinese market for international titles.

  • Bologna 2015: Photos from the Fair

    The Bologna Book Fair opened this week to spring sunshine and plenty of activity. See our photo essay of the publishers, authors, and deal-making from the week.

  • Bologna 2015: Authors in the Aisles and on the Town

    Meg Cabot, Sophie Kinsella, Malorie Blackman, and Dav Pilkey were among the authors celebrating new books and meeting international publishers in Bologna.

  • Bologna 2015: Early Impressions from a Busy, Sunny Fair

    Amid its warmest weather in years, the Bologna Children’s Book Fair got off to a strong start on Monday, with most of the agents, editors, and rights managers PW spoke with finding it to be a positive, active fair, though no single title had yet risen to be a "book of the fair."

  • Bologna 2015: The ABCs of Children’s Apps

    Before the opening of the Bologna Children's Book Fair, app creators and developers gathered to discuss the digital children's market, including pricing and pitfalls.

  • Global Publishers Look to Embrace the Digital Future

    The 30th session of the International Publishing Association ended May 26 in Bangkok, completing three days of discussions focused on the ever-changing practices that drive global publishing in the digital era.

  • Is Licensing Simply Child’s Play?

    Ahead of the Bologna Children's Book Fair, a look at the international licensing market.

  • Digital Engagement Tops Talks at BookNet Canada Tech Forum

    At the annual event, held last week in Toronto, industry leaders addressed various aspects of digital development in publishing, from e-book pricing and reader engagement to bundling and podcasts.

  • What U.S. Agencies Will Be Selling at Bologna

    For those attending the 52nd annual Bologna Children's Book Fair, there’s plenty happening in addition to the usual round of rights appointments.

  • New Venues, New Look For the Jerusalem Book Fair

    The 27th biennial Jerusalem International Book Fair, which ran from February 8 to 12, differed sharply from its predecessors, as organizers sought transform the event into a cultural festival.

  • Delhi Calls: A Look at Publishing in India

    The first major trade book fair of any new year marks an important date in most publishers' calendars. Things get rolling this year in New Delhi, where one of the year's first international trade publishing shows gets underway on Saturday.

  • It’s All About Children’s Education in Incheon, Korea

    Korea's third largest city was the venue for the first International Children’s Education Forum, on December 17 and 18.

  • Shanghai Children’s Book Fair: Bigger, Better, Busier

    The three-day event runs from November 20 to 22 at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition Centre.

  • Toronto Book Fair Pulls Off First Consumer Event

    Canadian publishers are optimistic about the future of the Inspire! Toronto International Book Fair, which took place November 14-16 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

  • Execs Talk Translation at Sharjah Book Fair

    At the Sharjah International Book Fair, currently happening in the United Arab Emirates, a panel about translated books saw execs from various countries talking about the difficulties of getting titles that do not originate in English into the Western markets.

  • LIBER 2014 Topics: Growing E-book Sales, Lack of Translations

    The 32nd International Spanish Book Fair (LIBER 2014) was held in Barcelona last week with e-book growth and the problem of getting Spanish-language books translated into English among the topics of discussion.

  • Beijing Book Fair 2014: International Publishers Find Their Niche

    On the third day (and the last of the trade/professional days) of the Beijing International Book Fair (BIBF), international publishers combined rights sales with more educational efforts on the needs of the Chinese market.

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