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Breaking Soil at Bologna Children’s Book Fair

03-22-2019 09:29 AM CET | Leisure, Entertainment, Miscellaneous

Press release from: Austin Macauley Publishers

Austin Macauley Publishers are Cultivating New Markets in Bologna 2019.

Austin Macauley Publishers are heading to the heart of Bologna for the first time in their history, for one of the most unique and encompassing events in Rights Affairs; Bologna Children’s Reading Festival. An exciting jam-packed four-day event from 1st April to 4th April 2019 that focuses on educational and entertaining material for children all around the world.

Entering the events 56th Year, the attendance of Austin Macauley Publishers at such an established and reputable event is an example of the Hybrid Publishing progression in the industry. Joining the Publishers Association’s Collective Stand, with many other distinguished participants Austin Macauley plan on breaking into a new market, pushing their talented authors into the spotlight as well as their signature style of publishing. A style that they have used to rejuvenate the industry, opening doors to many new and exciting authors.

Through the selling of rights; Authors are seeing the opportunity to witness their work being shared worldwide, experience translations and the globalisation of their creations. With eager young readers across the globe wanting more and more, events such as this one have become vital in sharing stories and talent, helping to inspire a younger generation.

Austin Macauley Publishers are honoured to experience and do their part in this global movement by attending such a vital event in the industry, taking place in a truly fantastic historical city. Pioneering Hybrid publishing methods, Austin Macauley Publishers are accepting works from creative talents around the world, sharing their goals of diversity and rejuvenation to others in this industry.

If you would like to arrange a meeting with Austin Macauley Publishers at Bologna Children’s Book Fair to discuss translation rights, any of our wonderful titles or a submission to the publishing house please do not hesitate to reach out.

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