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Publishing Perspectives Launches Print Edition for Frankfurt Book Fair

By Edward Nawotka

FrankfurtBookFairCrowdFRANKFURT: Anyone who has ever been to the Frankfurt Book Fair can’t help but be stunned by the variety of activities taking place throughout the fairgrounds. From author signings to book launches to discussions of the latest trends in the trade and electronic media, Frankfurt has it all. But combine that with routine business meetings, and all this activity means it’s all but impossible to stay on top of the latest news – whether it’s a hot rights deal, the announcement of the latest book prize, or simply where to get a decent meal at the Messe.

This October, Publishing Perspectives will help you get the most out of your time in Frankfurt.  We’re delighted to announce we’ll be publishing a daily print edition at the Fair.

The Publishing Perspectives Frankfurt Edition will offer breaking news, features about the most important events, columns from top industry professionals, and a guide to daily activities in and around Frankfurt. What’s more, our coverage won’t be limited to Hall 8 — where the North American and UK booths are located — but will extend to all corners all the Frankfurt Book Fair’s halls, and cover the wide world of international exhibitors and visitors.

Daily issues of our Frankfurt Edition will be released October 14, 15 and 16, 2009, both in a large format, full-color print edition and online. Copies of our print edition will distributed throughout all 13 hall levels in Frankfurt, making the publication highly visible among all attendees.

We, like everyone who attends Frankfurt, are immensely curious about what’s going on at the Fair, so don’t hesitate to let us know what you’re doing. Of course we’re also offering a limited amount of advertising, so if you want to reach the widest audience possible at Frankfurt, get in touch early.

This year Publishing Perspectives becomes the voice of Frankfurt. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

EDITORIAL: Ideas and story suggestions should be sent to Editor-in-Chief Ed Nawotka.

ADVERTISING: Inquiries should be emailed to Erin Cox, who can also be reached by phone at +1 347-581-0211.

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