In Hall 4.1 at Frankfurter Buchmesse, UAE stands were busy with meetings, new initiative presentations, and anticipation of upcoming fairs in Sharjah and Abu Dhabi.
‘The Journal of Arabic Studies’ premieres in January, in a new partnership between Brill Publishing and Abu Dhabi Arabic Language Centre.
The fair’s programming featured 229 sessions during the week, engaging 315 speakers and guests, their comments streamed from the show.
Goethe drew on the poet al-Mutanabbi and the Thousand and One Nights, and a special exhibition explores shared motifs.
The author discovered that her great-uncle was involved in a Nazi spy ring operating out of New York City just as World War II was beginning.
Cairo publisher and bookseller Ahmed Rashad on how the pandemic makes the digital transformation more urgent than ever.
Moving its full guest of honor program to 2022, Germany is at the Abu Dhabi International Book Fair this year.
The Johns Hopkins Foreign Policy Institute fellow speaks with Mina Al-Oraibi about pandemic-era dynamics in the Arab region.
The Emirati writer’s fiction explores the rapid changes in her home country in recent decades, with factual research as a foundation.
The author speaks with Emirates Airline Festival of Literature director Ahlam Bolooki, asserting ‘You don’t have to write every day.’