Publishing in the Baltic Region 2018: A Publisher's View of the Lithuanian Book Business

The director of Tyto Alba describes what her house and other publishers are up to. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

[ Publishers Weekly | 2018-03-23 00:00:00 UTC ]

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Publishing in the Baltic Region 2018: Giants of Lithuanian Publishing Weigh In

Two of Lithuania's most prominent publishing figures are optimistic about the future. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Publishing in the Baltic Region 2018: An Introduction to Publishing in Latvia

Regardless of the market's limited size, given a national population of only 1.9 million, the standards of the publishing industry in Latvia remain very high. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Publishing in the Baltic Region 2018: An Introduction to Publishing in Lithuania

The executive director of the Lithuanian Publishers Association surveys the literary scene. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Publishing in the Baltic Region 2018: Piret Raud - Estonia's Favorite Children's Author

Piret Raud is one of the leading children's book authors and illustrators in Estonia, having illustrated over 40 books and written 16 Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Publishing in the Baltic Region 2018: Adam Cullen - the Accidental Translator

How a Minnesotan became a go-to English-language translator for Estonian literature. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Publishing in the Baltic Region 2018: Lithuania's Alvydas Šlepikas on the Timeliness of History

Among the forgotten stories of the past century is that of the "wolf children" of Lithuania. It is the tragedy of children in East Prussia who were orphaned at the end of World War II and left to fend for themselves as the Red Army conquered the territory. On their own, they took to hiding in... Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Publishing in the Baltic Region 2018: Long Live #IAmIntrovert!

Latvia's quirky campaign to promote its writers has attracted a following of fans. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Publishing in the Baltic Region 2018: The Latvian National Library

Riga's mountainous monument to books is an awe-inspiring sight and a place of pride. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Publishing in the Baltic Region 2018: An Introduction to Estonian Literature

The first printed book in the Estonian language appeared in 1535, and the printing business has been important to us ever since. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Publishing in the Baltic Region 2018: Finding Lithuania's Present in Its Past

The London Book Fair Author of the Day discusses the inspiration for her bestselling work. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Publishing in the Baltic Region 2018: All Our Coverage

We take an extended look at the publishing scene in the Baltic countries—Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania—which will be the market focus for the 2018 London Book Fair. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Publishing in the Baltic Region 2018: Mihkel Mutt - The Literary Conscience of Estonia

Estonia's London Book Fair Author of the Day is respected for his critical eye and satirical humor. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Children’s Books in China 2018: Everafter Books Publishing House

When it comes to partnering with major overseas publishing houses, few people are more knowledgeable than founder and publisher Huang Xiaoyan of Everafter Books. After all, she was involved in the high-profile joint ventures of Macmillan Century and Hachette-Phoenix. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

[ Publishers Weekly | 2018-03-09 00:00:00 UTC ]
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Publishing Perspectives Talks: Executive Women on Pay and Bias in the Book Business

Amid what Amazon Publishing's Mikyla Bruder describes as 'the unconscious bias you're confronted with every day,' panelists call for equal pay for women. The post Publishing Perspectives Talks: Executive Women on Pay and Bias in the Book Business appeared first on Publishing Perspectives. Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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Total UK publishing revenues down 2% in 2018; consumer book market stable

UK publishing industry revenues overall stood at £6.05bn in 2018, down 2% on the £6.15bn revenue of the previous year, according to the PA Publishing Yearbook 2018, just released.  Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Publishing in Québec 2018: A Cornucopia of Children’s Books

Québec is home to many world-renowned illustrators, including Isabelle Arsenault, Marianne Dubuc, Geneviève Godbout, the cover artist for this special report, and Elise Gravel. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Canadian Publishing 2018: Remembering Sheila Barry at Groundwood Books

Groundwood’s new publisher, Semareh Al-Hillal, discusses sustaining the legacy of her late predecessor. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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North of England publishers on obstacles to regional diversity in the book industry

Independent publishers based in the north of England explore the problems faced by such presses in a market dominated by London-based corporate publishers in a round-table discussion chaired by The Bookseller at Bradford Literature Festival. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Publisher Katrin Reinmaa on the ‘Sun and Cloud’ of the Estonian Children’s Book Business

Today, only some 30 percent of Estonian children's literature originates in Estonia. Katrin Reinmaa is one of the leading publishers of content for youngsters, in a country where 'books are expensive both to publish and to buy.' The post Publisher Katrin Reinmaa on the ‘Sun and Cloud’ of the... Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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