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Print publishers and young readers: stages of a difficult relationship

Posted by Henning Kornfeld | | filed under: ,

It’s a decline without precedence: the teen magazine “Bravo” – for decades this was like “Smash Hits” for German teenagers – today, on average, only reaches 140,000 readers per issue. Ten years ago ...

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ELit blog‘s review, 26 May 2016

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Fear & Censorship...

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Europe and the Man Booker International Prize

Posted by Judith Vonberg | | filed under: ,

On Monday evening, Han Kang was announced as the winner of the Man Booker International Prize for her novel The Vegetarian.

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Slovenian Authors and Publishers in Vienna – April 2016

Posted by Renata Zamida | | filed under: ,

Four late April evenings dedicated to Slovenian literature have enticed the Viennese audience with an exciting programme, with Slovenian works translated into German...

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Literature in the Smartphone age / Literatur in der Smartphone-Menschheit

Posted by Walter Grond | | filed under: ,

The European and American publishing managers and media agents attending the Publisher’s Forum Berlin 2016 ...

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Our May Acronym Heaven: EU, EL, EUPL, ELIT, ELF, ELN, ACE & BL

Posted by Rosie Goldsmith | | filed under: ,

For European Literature (EL) lovers, the month of May is the equivalent of Christmas, Hanukkah or Eid – it’s the festive highlight of our year when we celebrate our year-round efforts to publish and ...

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