Lithuanian literature-lovers

  • 2008-02-27
  • Interview by Howard Jarvis
Tyto Alba is Lithuania's second-biggest publishing house, tending to focus on Lithuanian literature and translations of foreign novels. It has doubled the number of titles it produces each year since 2001, to 100 in 2007. This reflects the wider trends of Lithuanians buying more books and an ever broader range of literature becoming available in the local language. Usually a print-run of 3,000 is considered a hit, but some Lithuanian writers can shift 30,000 copies or more. To tie in with the Vilnius Book Fair last weekend and the Baltic Book Fair at Kipsala, Riga, this coming weekend, we i...
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