Turkey-based Armenian publisher Aras Publishing takes Publishing House of the Year award

Turkey’s Aras Publishing this week received the coveted Publishing House of the Year Award from Dünya Books Magazine for its role as a window to Armenian literature. Explains Massispost, Aras Publishing was established in 1993 in Istanbul. It adopted a publishing policy which made it called “the window to Armenian literature” soon. With its books Read More …

The Week In Review

Here’s a summary of TNPS posts from the past seven days. Book reading down slightly in New Zealand. More than half read NZ authors Storytel Brazil 2019 launch whispers grows louder Spanish book market valued at minimum $2.7 billion. Paperback and ebook sales both rising Côte d’Ivoire: francophone Africa publishing insights Is Amazon preparing a Read More …

Istanbul wants to be a global centre of publishing. Is that at all realistic?

Two hundred publishers will be in Istanbul this week for the 4th annual Arabic Book Fair, regarded as the largest Arabic literary event approved by the Arab Publishers’ outside of the Arab countries. “Discover a New World” is this year’s theme. Emrah Kısakürek, chairman of Media Publishing Union which is organising the event at Istanbul’s Read More …

Turkey expecting a record breaking year in publishing as trade sector grows and book fairs and festivals boom

While the western book fairs naturally continue to grab the attention on the western publishing industry circuit, the real story of the Global New Renaissance is unfolding in the smaller markets that are largely overlooked. There has been phenomenal growth in interest and attendance, and consequently sales, at book fairs and book festivals around the Read More …

Turkey’s 3rd Arabic Book and Culture Days to establish a common heritage founded on the geography of the Ottoman Empire

The 3rd Arabic Book and Culture Days event will take place in Turkey March 2-11 at the Bağlarbaşı Culture Centre in Istanbul. The Daily Sabah explains, The 3rd Turkey Arabic Book and Culture Days aims to establish a common heritage and culture of Islamic countries founded on the geography of the Ottoman Empire, to introduce Read More …