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The global publishing market has never been more exciting, and every day myriad publishing stories cross my screen that I’d love to develop here at TNPS, but there simply isn’t time.

But if you’re reading TNPS in the first place you probably share my obsession with all things international publishing, and would no doubt enjoy some of these stories.
So a regular feature of TNPS is a collation of links to some of the best publishing stories around the web that I haven’t been able to devote a full post to.
Here’s today’s collation. Full disclosure – there’s more than ten today.

Palestine – Palestinian Poet Dareen Tatour Convicted of Incitement, Supporting Terror for Poem and Facebook Posts.


Romania – NY Review Books highlights Bucharest bookstore.


Morocco – The Second Festival of Moroccan Poets ends in Tetouan.


Malaysia – ‘Pulang’, a film starring Remy Ishak and Puteri Aishah, geta a novel adaptation.


Tanzania – Tanzania bloggers win temporary court order against $900 licence fees.


Botswana – Gaborone Book Festival hosts World Book Day 2018 celebrations.


South Korea – Small bookstores in South Korea continue to achieve resounding success.


Iran – Book on Persian impact on English literature introduced in Tehran.


Libya – Poet Farrah Fray: ‘Libya as a Landscape is Disappearing’.


Africa – Gyara Journal: Meet the editors of the continent’s newest literary space.


Nepal – Nepal’s poetry journalPratik resumes its publication after a decade.


Indonesia – Literature plays crucial role as Indonesia enters 20th year of reformation.


Hungary / Iran – 500 Persian manuscripts in Budapest library: Hungarian official.


India – Attend A Festival In Mumbai Dedicated To Self-Published Comic Books.


China – China’s online publishing industry – where fortune favours the few, and sometimes the undeserving.


Vietnam – European Book Days 2018 kicks off in Hanoi.

The following are Spanish-language original posts:

**Chile – Audiobooks in Chile, a market with a lot of future.
**Global – I went to Netflix and saw how they entertain 300 million people.


**Argentina – On the other side of the counter: the price paid by publishers for mounting a stand.


**Argentina – Buenos Aires, capital of bookstores.
For those with a flair for the Romance languages or that have faith in Google Translate, check out José Manuel Anta’s Book Distribution roundup on Flipboard. Anta is Managing Director of the International Publishing and Distribution Association. Many of his post finds are in Spanish, French and Italian.

And for those seriously anal about the international publishing scene you can also find more from me at my own Flipboard roundup of global publishing news.