"LivreParis" Paris Book Fair
|Date:||20 March 2020 to 23 March 2020|
Created in 1987 by the French Publishers Association Paris Book Fair (Livre Paris, in French) has become a rich and culturally diverse event which enables to discover the main portefolios of the contemporary publishing industry.
An important literary festival, with an extended, high level and challenging 360°-program during which giants of literature are invited and where the work of accomplishing authors are highlighted.
Many innovative and spectacular new events are supporting the program throughout the different stages of Paris Book Fair.
Editorialized around a guideline, the event is anchored in the latest literary and editorial news. The aim is to resonate strong and committed voices that question the present time and try to write the world of tomorrow.
A rich and diverse event that offers every day and on each stage, rendez-vous in the most varied formats possible, from the most intimate to the most spectacular...
An international celebration which enhances guest authors and international partners by including them in every program of each scene and celebrates famous international authors.
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