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    Four Questions for...Australian Publisher Michael Heyward

    We talked with Michael Heyward, who runs Australia's Text Publishing, about the his house's classics list, a true crime title he's excited to launch in the U.S., and the advantages of being a small publisher.

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    International Hot Book Properties: Week of November 24, 2014

    Among the books generating buzz in international publishing circles this week are the debut by a German screenwriter, a novel that has won a Dutch literary prize, and a Spanish bestseller that has just sold for film.

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    Casemate Buys IPM

    The Oxford-based Casemate Group is to acquire International Publishers Marketing, the trade book distributor based in Dulles, Va.

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    King Wins Canada's Governor General’s Award

    Thomas King won in the fiction category for 'The Back of the Turtle' (HarperCollins Canada), his first novel in 15 years.

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    Toronto Book Fair Pulls Off First Consumer Event

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    Staff Restructuring at PRH Canada

    Yesterday, the publisher announced that Lynn Henry, who has been with Doubleday Canada since 2010, will take on the newly created role of publishing director of Knopf Canada, now reporting to PRH Canada publisher Anne Collins.

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    Debut Novelist Wins Canada’s Biggest Lit Prize

    When the winner of the C$100,000 Scotiabank Giller Prize was announced at a gala in Toronto last night, the spotlight was on a new writer, Sean Michaels, and his debut novel 'Us Conductors,' published by Random House Canada.

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    International Hot Book Properties: Week of November 11, 2014

    In this week's roundup of books generating interest around the globe, an Italian bestseller about a talented perfumer picks up heat; a Spanish novel about an Oxford professor drawn into a murder investigation picks up multiple foreign sales; and more.

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    Four Questions for...U.K. Publisher Lisa Highton

    We spoke with Lisa Highton, publisher of the three-year-old U.K. imprint Two Roads, about the lure of debut authors, the difficulties of overseeing a young imprint, and what she's learned from attending literary festivals and talking to reading groups.

  • Trade Shows

    Execs Talk Translation at Sharjah Book Fair

    At the Sharjah International Book Fair, currently happening in the United Arab Emirates, a panel about translated books saw execs from various countries talking about the difficulties of getting titles that do not originate in English into the Western markets.

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