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Serbia to have stand at Frankfurt Book Fair 2011

13. October 2011. | 07:33

Source: Tanjug

Serbia will have its stand at the Frankfurt Book Fair 2011, which opens on Wednesday and will last until October 16, the Serbian Ministry of Culture, Media and Information Society released in a statement.

Serbia will have its stand at the Frankfurt Book Fair 2011, which opens on Wednesday and will last until October 16, the Serbian Ministry of Culture, Media and Information Society released in a statement.

More than 200 editions will be presented at the stand, in keeping with the annual plan of representing the culture and writers of Serbia. The stand will present the International PEN Congress, which was held in Serbia this year, an exhibition of Ivo Andric's works, directory of contemporary Serbian writers in English, program of support to projects related to translating Serbian works and the edition of translated Serbian books published by Geopoetika.

The writers who will appear at the stand include Enes Halilovic, Srdjan Srdic, Borivoje Adasevic and Jelena Lengold, winner of the 2011 European Union Prize for Literature presented by the European Commission for Culture, the European Booksellers Federation and Federation of European Publishers. The official award ceremony will be held on October 12, during the Frankfurt Book Fair.


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Frankfort always seems to me like it's the Sundance of the book industry. The publishing industry is incredibly challenged right now, so I'll be interested to see the types of books that really make a splash. One thing I do know, Gay Moroccan Poetry is not going to save the publishing business...



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