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    Frankfurt Book Fair 2021: A Quieter Affair

    Though far from a normal fair—the hybrid event was significantly scaled down in terms of attendance—those who did go were happy to reconnect with colleagues.

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    Frankfurt Book Fair 2021: Are Corporate and Indie Publishing Complementary?

    Markus Dohle, CEO of Penguin Random House, claims indie publishing has not been disadvantaged by corporate consolidations, and execs from Italy's Edizioni E/O and France' s Editions Grasset & Fasquell agree, arguing that corporate and indie publishing are complementary.

  • Frankfurt Book Fair

    Frankfurt Book Fair 2021: CEOs Discuss Consolidation and Digitization

    The theme of this year's Global 50 CEO Talk at the Frankfurt Book Fair was “consolidation, consumers and community,” and touched on a range of subjects, including Hachette’s acquisition of Workman, the battle between Thalia and Amazon in Germany, and the ongoing digitization of the industry.

  • Frankfurt Book Fair

    Frankfurt Book Fair 2021: In Translated Crime, a Name Brand Hero Is Key

    "The market for translated fiction is buoyant,” Francois von Hurter, cofounder of Bitter Lemon Press, said, adding that the most successful books are often crime novels in which the protagonist becomes synonymous with a series, not an author or publisher.

  • Frankfurt Book Fair

    Frankfurt Book Fair 2021: Attendees Asked to Answer Important Questions

    The Frankfurt Book Fair's opening press conference and ceremony addressed the major challenges of our times, from the curtailing of freedom of expression to climate change.

  • Frankfurt Book Fair

    Frankfurt Book Fair 2021: PRH, S. Fischer, Scholastic Execs Talk Trends

    A pre-fair virtual conference covering trade publishing saw executives from Brazil, Germany, and the U.S. discussing current trends, including diversity and inclusion, supply chain challenges, and the rise of home learning.

  • Sharjah Book Fair

    Sharjah Book Fair to Feature Nobel Prize-Winner, 1,500 Publishers

    Abdulrazak Gurnah, winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize for Literature, will be among 85 literary guests and authors participating in this year's Sharjah International Book Fair in November. The event will also feature 1,500 publishers, the largest number in the fair's 40-year history.

  • Trade Shows

    The Madrid Book Fair Returns, Smaller but with Style

    The city's just-concluded book fair was one of the first in-person industry events since the pandemic began.

  • News

    Finland’s 'Outsider' Bookstore Opens Its Flagship Shop

    Helsinki's popular pop-up chain, Rosebud Bookstore, has opened a new store on the campus of the University of Helsinki. The store is among the largest in the Nordic countries, and is the largest in Finland.

  • Frankfurt Book Fair

    Frankfurt Book Fair Expands On-Stage and On-Screen Program

    The Frankfurt Book Fair has released a full schedule of virtual and in-person events for this year's book fair, running October 20-24.

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