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Fiera dell'editoria indipendente
quarta edizione
Milano | 23-25 marzo 2018


Dal 17 al 19 febbraio alla Fortezza da Basso di Firenze, Padiglione Spadolini, la prima edizione del festival Firenze Libro Aperto



Prossima edizione
Modena 24-25 marzo 2018

Lunedì 19 marzo alle ore 16.00 presso il Campus Luigi Einaudi (Lungo Dora Siena, 100 A, 10153 Torino TO - aula F2), si terrà un seminario di presentazione di Il Movimento nella rete. Storia e struttura del Movimento 5 Stelle di Paolo Ceri (Università di Firenze) e Francesca Veltri (Università della Calabria). Introduce e modera Mariella Berra (Università di Torino). Discutono con gli autori: Alfio Mastropaolo (Università di Torino), Franca Roncarolo (Università di Torino) e Loredana Sciolla (Università di Torino)..



presentazione di
questioni di specie
ne parliamo con l'autore  massimo filippi
sabato 24 febbraio 2018 ore 17.00
biblioteca gambalunga - via gambalunga 27 - rimini
mercoledi 7 marzo 2018 ore 20.00
mercoledì extra-ordinari - via baltea 3 - torino

Nach einem Jahr Haft wurde Deniz Yücel am 16. Februar endlich aus dem Gefängnis entlassen! Dass seine Stimme sich nicht wegsperren ließ, beweist das Buch, das während seiner Haft entstand: Wir sind ja nicht zum Spaß hier, herausgegeben von Doris Akrap (taz), mit einer Auswahl seiner journalistischen Texte sowie aktuellen Beiträgen aus dem Gefängnis.




Frankfurt Book Fair Trade Publisher of the Year : Shortlist
Bloomsbury Publishing, Hurst Publishers, Verso, Zed Books


CRIME IS ANOTHER COUNTRY
Crime fictions authors Alan Carter, Dave Warner, Dervla McTiernan and Louise Penny talk to fellow author Ian Andrew about the role of place in crime fiction.
Be part of the conversation! #PERTHFESTWW #PERTHFEST
on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.
Auditorium, The University Club, PERTH


Women of Resistance
Tuesday 13th March - 19:00
Strand Book Store
828 Broadway, New York 10003

Treize livres de la courte échelle ont été retenus dans le palmarès de Communication-Jeunesse pour l’année 2017/2018.
Le champ maudit (François Gravel)
Cœurs de cow-boys (Marthe Pelletier)
La coquerelle (Elise Gravel)
L’étrange cas de Madame Toupette (Alexandre Côté-Fournier)
Fanfan au bal des fantômes (Lili Chartrand)
La grande évasion (Annie Bacon)
Le mystère de la souris 7 (Lili Chartrand)
Nous sommes tous faits de molécules (Susin Nielsen)
La petite Irène de Copenhague (Jasmine Dubé)
Le prix de la paix (Annie Bacon)
Le silence des ombres (Eve Patenaude)
Une patate à vélo (Elise Gravel)
Les vieux livres sont dangereux (François Gravel)

Nous vous invitons à en savoir plus sur chacun de ces titres en cliquant ici.


Hungerford workshop: polishing a manuscript for publication

With submissions to the City of Fremantle T.A.G. Hungerford Award opening on Friday 2 February and closing on Friday 16 March, this workshop is perfectly timed to help you get your manuscript into shape with the help of author and editor Deb Fitzpatrick.
Since 2012, more than 25,000 refugees from Africa and the Middle East have arrived in the Italian island of Lampedusa seeking asylum. Mariella Bertelli has visited the island now 5 times, helping IBBY, the International Board of Books for Young People, and IBBY Italia, create a library for local and immigrant children. Mariella was in Lampedusa this winter, working with local high school students to translate Stormy Seas into Italian. She believes that Lampedusa, in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, is a very symbolic place in the world. Having the young people of Lampedusa translating Stormy Seas brings added value to the translation, because of their unique perspective and experience. The students and Mariella shared updates throughout the project in English and Italian.




Leonhard F. Seidl liest aus Fronten

Berlin
Mittwoch, 21. Februar, 20 Uhr
Lesung und Gespräch
moderiert von Michael Wildenhain
Veranstaltungsort: Literaturforum im Brecht-Haus, Chausseestraße 125
Dachau
Freitag, 16. März, 20 Uhr

Lesung und Gespräch
Veranstaltungsort: Stadtbücherei Dachau, Max-Mannheimer-Platz 3

Clive Newman is excited to announce a new collaboration
with Natasha Solomun, of The Rights Hive in Melbourne.

Natasha has more than a decade’s experience managing rights for Penguin Random House and Five
Mile Press (Bonnier Publishing). She established  The Rights Hive in 2017 and  works with all the major
publishing houses and independent publishers in the UK and North America, together with a team of
sub-agents in foreign language markets.

Book of the Month: Encyclopedia of Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises

by Firefly Books


PREMI RECENTI - RECENT AWARDS

  Il sogno di Martin, di Dino Ticli (Coccole Books) è finalista al premio Bancarellino 2018.
Un libro che racconta di un uomo straordinario. Che parla di Diritti. Un libro per sconfiggere la solitudine di chi lotta tutti i giorni
Australian crime story in running for BBC award
An audio adaptation of Alan Carter’s crime novel Prime Cut has been shortlisted for a BBC Audio Drama Award while lead actor Andrew Leung has been nominated for Best Debut Performance.
Norman Jorgensen's The Smuggler's Curse has won the 2017 West Australian Young Readers' Book Award (WAYRBA).
Jorgensen is an enduring favourite with local kids. He won the WAYRBA Hoffman Award, presented to the highest ranking WA author, three times: in 2009, 2012 and 2015
Il premio Caroline Schlegel 2017 va a Christoph Dieckmann per il saggio Mein Abendland (Ch.Links Verlag).
Il premio è un riconoscimento alla qualità di testi di saggistica.
Fight to Learn
by Laura Scandiffio
Best Books for Kids & Teens 2017, *starred selection, Canadian Children’s Book Centre

The heroic efforts of people fighting for children’s right to an education.
Bad Girls of Fashion
Style Rebels From Cleopatra to Lady Gaga
by Jennifer Croll
illustrated by Ada Buchholc
Independent Publishers Book Awards, Silver Foreword Indies Book Awards, Gold 2017 Amelia Bloomer Project List nomination

Premio Andersen 2017 come Miglior libro a fumetti a “La compagnia dei soli” di Patrizia Rinaldi e Marco Paci.

Alex Nunns' THE CANDIDATE won the 2017 Bread & Roses Award for Radical Publishing
The judges greatly appreciated this exploration of the deep roots of the Corbyn phenomenon. In The Candidate, Nunns shows that Corbyn’s victories weren’t the accidental consequence of other candidates’ failures, but were built on the work of an energised, thoughtful and committed movement of citizen-campaigners."
Nella cinquina del Premio Strega 2017

ALBERTO ROLLO

Un’educazione milanese (Manni)

Presentato da Giuseppe Antonelli e Piero Dorfles

James Foley is on the Aurealis Awards shortlist for the third time. Brobot, his book for junior readers, has been shortlisted from over 800 entries Australia-wide in the ‘best graphic novel / illustrated work’ category.
Subhash Amaliyar, who brought to life a traditional Bhil carnival with his exuberant art, was awarded The Ojas Art Award at the Jaipur Literature Festival 2017.
The Boy Who Speaks in Numbers written by Mike Masilamani and illustrated by Matthew Frame has been selected for The White Ravens' annual catalogue of book recommendations for international children’s and youth literature.
More here: http://whiteravens.ijb.de/book/110
The Do-Right by Liza Sandlin - published by Cinco Puntos press, wins the Dashiell Hammett Prize 2016
Before It Breaks by Dave Warner won the 2016 Ned Kelly Award for Best Fiction in a ceremony that took place during the Melbourne Writers Festival on Sunday 28 August. Run by the Australian Crime Writers Association, the award is this country’s oldest and most prestigious prize honouring crime writing. Warner took out the fiction category from a shortlist that included some of Australia’s best-loved crime writers.

Sharon McKay’s YA novel The End of the Line received the Ann Connor Brimer Award for Atlantic Canadian Young People last week at the Atlantic Book Awards in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Hosted by CBC Radio’s Stephanie Domet at Alderney Landing, McKay accepted the honor saying it helped her feel like she’s found a home in Atlantic Canada.