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A literary and multilingual sound card: Happy B-Day and happy 20th birthday to the Alliance!

On 21 September, we are celebrating bibliodiversity and also the 20th birthday of the Alliance! The publishers are offering you a literary world tour in more than 30 countries: 45 readings in 25 languages to listen to and watch here! A big thank you to all of you for this gift; thanks also to Naima Éditions for making this map.

International Conference of Independent Publishers, Pamplona-Iruñea, 23-26 November, 2021

Consult the program below and register now! <![endif]--> To participate in the Conference, click here. The Conference is organized by the International Alliance of Independent Publishers and the Association of Independent Publishers of Navarre, EDITARGI. Physical meetings, virtual window, sound archives The meetings can be followed in streaming (via a virtual space and/or the Alliance’s YouTube channel). They will also be recorded and may be the subject of (...)

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logoUnidad versus el 1%. Rompiendo ilusiones, sembrando libertad

In Latin America, Unidad versus el 1% is co-published simultaneously by Econautas Editorial (Argentina), LOM ediciones (Chile), Editorial Mate (Argentina), Plural Editores (Bolivia) and Taller de Edición Rocca (Colombia). For translation © Editorial Popular, S. A., Madrid, 2019. The original version of this book was published in 2018 as Oneness vs. the 1% by Women Unlimited in India (co-published with Spinifex in Australia and New Internationalist in the UK). Find here the interview with (...)

logoChildren’s Books Hotlist

The Children’s Book HotList highlights children’s books from independent publishers in Africa, Latin America and Europe. It is launched during the 2021 Bologna Children’s Book Fair, on June 14. Comprising books from 16 countries, 36 publishing houses and 14 categories, this HotList represents the richness and diversity of independent publishing for youth and children’s literature. You can find a book by searching its country, publisher or literary genre. If you are interested in a book, (...)

logoHotList Arab world

While the Arab world shares a language, the Arabic language, which has cemented its culture over centuries, it is far from being the only one. From the Maghreb to the Mashreq, from the Horn of Africa to Cham, this immense space covers a diversity of realities. Linguistic diversity is therefore inherent to it. More than 30 independent publishing houses from 7 countries (Algeria, Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, Qatar, Syria and Tunisia) and 9 languages offer you an immersion in the literature, (...)
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