The Börsenverein reports on book sales and bestsellers in German book market in 2022 and depicts ‘a major economic challenge.’
Frankfurt 2022: 180,000 Trade and Public Visitors
Amid ‘an oppressive global political situation,’ says Frankfurt Book Fair president and CEO Juergen Boos, ‘this fair sent important signals.’
Kim de l’Horizon Wins 2022 German Book Prize for ‘Blood Book’
As Frankfurter Buchmesse is readied for its opening, the German Book Prize spotlights a daring debut novelist as its 2022 laureate.
The German Book Market in 2021: Turnover Up 3.5 Percent
Challenges: First half of 2022, the German market has a sales shortfall of 11.1 percent in the local book trade compared to 2019.
Stephan Malinowski Wins the €25,000 German Nonfiction Prize
‘Combining social and political contemporary history with a family portrait,’ Stephan Malinowski wins the German Nonfiction Prize.
A Sudden Reversal: Leipzig Book Fair Is Canceled
The ‘imponderables of the pandemic’ and staff shortages, organizers say, have left exhibitors unable to commit to Leipzig Book Fair.
Frankfurter Buchmesse Reports 73,500 Attendees From 105 Countries
The 2021 Frankfurt Book Fair drew a strong in-person roster of visitors and originated new content for both on-site and digital engagement.
In Frankfurt: Tsitsi Dangarembga Receives the German Peace Prize
The Peace Prize of the German Book Trade has been awarded at midday on Sunday to the Zimbabwean author and filmmaker Tsitsi Dangarembga.
Frankfurter Buchmesse’s Opening Ceremony: ‘One Story at a Time’
Powerful testimony to literature’s importance—and the industry’s resilience—punctuate Frankfurter Buchmesse’s’ in-person opening.
Frankfurter Buchmesse 2021: ‘What Do We Want To Do With Our Lives?’
At the opening press conference for the 73rd Frankfurt Book Fair, organizers said that this special edition of the world’s largest publishing trade show is a testament to the industry.
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