The Week In Review

In case you missed any, the past week’s posts from TNPS:

As the National Library of Paraguay gets a new Director, Paraguay’s publishing future is digital

2020 World Book Capital’s censorship double standards: It’s one rule for Malay titles and another if the book is in English

Mark Williams At Large

Amsterdam’s Festival voor het Afrikaans finishes today

Abu Dhabi’s 10th Al Ain Book Fair is underway as the Arab book fair season gathers pace

It’s Banned Books Week. Spare a thought for a French book banned in Italy this year

Is the IPA / UN Sustainable Development Group Book Club sustainable?

Books, Pyramids and Sun. The world’s biggest book fair will be 50 in January. And yes, it’s in Egypt

Many biennials within one. Brazil’s Rio Biennial 2019 dates set, and a new approach to try hold on to those record visitor numbers

Unlearning gender stereotypes – India’s Neev Lit Fest draws parents, teachers into the children’s book conversation

Start The Day Global – 28 September 2018

As the Amman International Book Fair gets underway, say hello to Jamalon and Yaqut – Jordan’s hidden online book and ebook stores

Global book markets snapshot: Mongolia

Amazon Sweden: Data centres more likely than warehouses. Either way it’s not books

Start The Day Global – 29 September 2018

 

 

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