Big Bad Wolf takes millions of English-language books to Taiwan, Myanmar, Indonesia and Pakistan as publishers look the other way

Big Bad Wolf took 2 million English-language books to Taiwan this month for its second Big Bad Wolf Taipei event. Last year it drew a crowd of 165,000 during its eleven day 24/7 run. That’s a remarkable achievement given all the books were in English. It’s no one-off. Big Bad Wolf on June 10 closed Read More …

Books by the buggy-load. Images from Big Bad Wolf Taiwan’s 2m English-language book sale

The Big Bad Wolf Taiwan debut event is underway and despite the fact that the two million (no misprint) books available are in English the crowds are there and they are taking away books by the buggy-load. Literally. For more about Big Bad Wolf check out this post from TNPS just before the Taiwan event Read More …

Big Bad Wolf shows the world’s demand for English-language titles, taking 2 million books to Taiwan this week

Big Bad Wolf makes its debut in Taiwan in a few days time, and it’s taking 2 million new English-language books to kick off the event at the New Taipei Exhibition Hall, starting August 17. The Taiwan Big Bad Wolf sales runs through to August 27, so the usual eleven day event, and of course Read More …

While publishers limit their reach with archaic C20 territorial rights, Big Bad Wolf shows us the global demand for English-language books

With a population of 20 million Sri Lanka is bigger by population than all but eight countries in Europe. That alone ought to put Sri Lanka on the radar of publishers as a lucrative market. Its 16.6 million Sinhala speakers is close to the population of the Netherlands. Its 4.7 million Tamil speakers give it Read More …