Today I’m speaking with Maÿlis Vauterin, Rights Director at Editions Stock in France.
I’ve previously interviewed various rights sellers about one specific type of subsidiary rights sales: the sale of translation rights. This means that a book is translated in another language and published in the local market of that language.
In this episode however, Maylis and I discuss another type of subsidiary rights sales - and therefore a different potential income stream for authors - which is the licensing of audiovisual rights. We specifically cover movie and TV adaptations, as well as a relative newcomer in the book licensing world: podcast adaptations.
PS: I'm excited to start including a "Show Notes" section below, which will mention the book recommendations from the guest of each specific episode.
Maÿlis recommends the following three books:
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