In our CanLit on the Move series, Livres Canada Books interviews Canadian publishers about their foreign marketing activity and the role of Canadian books in the international marketplace. For this installment, we’ve caught up with Jack David from ECW Press who talks about the broad relevance of pop culture titles.
Selling translation rights for Canadian books can often be one of the most effective ways to reach international readers. Today, we bring you some thoughts from Arantxa Mellado and Silvia Mas, co-founders of The Spanish Digital Link, about selling translation rights to Spanish publishers.
A couple of weeks ago we attended The Markets conference hosted by The Frankfurt Book Fair and Publishing Perspectives. So far we’ve covered two of the sessions on Indonesia, this year’s guest of honour at the Frankfurt Book Fair. Today, we’re back with some insights on two more emerging markets, Mexico and China.
In October we attended The Markets conference at the Frankfurt Book Fair. Developed in partnership with Publishing Perspectives, and taking place on the eve of the publishing industry’s largest trade event, The Markets highlighted the globalized nature of 21st century publishing by showcasing seven vibrant publishing regions from around the world.
Last week we began our series on the Spanish market with an introduction to the local publishing industry. Today, we bring some thoughts from Arantxa Mellado and Silvia Mas about digital publishing and the reading habits of Spanish readers.
Today marks the beginning of our series of blog posts on the Spanish book market. We begin with an introduction excerpted from our 2015 market guide Selling Canadian Books in Spain written by Arantxa Mellado and Silvia Mas, co-founders of The Spanish Digital Link.
To conclude our series on selling Canadian books in Germany, we have some parting thoughts, drawn from our 2015 market guide, about the opportunities and risks of German market entry facing Canadian publishers.