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Bologna Children’s Book Fair 2018

From tomorrow to March 29th the Bologna Children’s Book Fair 2018 will take place, the most important Italian event dedicated to children’s publishing. 1,390 exhibitors from over 77 countries and regions in the world and more than 26 thousand professionals in the sector are the numbers of the growing event that offers many interesting events such as workshops and conferences and exhibitions dedicated to illustrators. There will be the traditional Exhibition…

Book Pride 2018

From March 23rd to 25th in Milan there will be the fourth edition of Book Pride, the National Fair of Independent Publishing, which will be hosted by the Ansaldo, BASE and MUDEC, the Museum of Cultures. The theme of the 2018 edition is “All the living”: to tell the multiplicity of ideas, actions, contradictions, projects, connections, contrasts of all those who live in the world. We will mention among the guests…


The National Book Award for Translated Literature

The National Book Foundation announced it will present the National Book Award for Translated Literature, beginning this year at the 69th National Book Awards in November. This prize, which represents a fifth National Book Award category, will honor a work of fiction or nonfiction that has been translated into English and published in the U.S. The National Book Awards Longlists will be announced on September, and Finalists on October. Each Finalist…

NORLA funding schemes to encourage translation of Norwegian books

NORLA, Norwegian Literature Abroad, offers several funding schemes designed to promote the translation of Norwegian books. The currently open applications are two: – Travel grants for translators, agents, publishers and the press for meetings with Norwegian publishers, agents and authors. For details read here – Mentor scheme for translators of Norwegian literature For details read here