On today's show I am talking to Stephanie Barrouillet, founder of SB Rights Agency in Tel Aviv that represents foreign rights in children's books around the world.
The 10-hour time difference between California and Israel didn’t stop us from having a great conversation about the global children’s book market.
As we were talking, I realized Stephanie and I have a lot in common: we both live in a country we weren’t born in -Stephanie was born in France and I’m originally from the Netherlands-, we started our publishing career in yet another country -Stephanie in the UK and I started out in France-, we both founded our own agencies within a few years' interval, and, probably because of these international journeys, our agencies don’t focus on the representation of books from one specific language or country but rather, we represent authors and books written in many different languages.
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