Argentina is preparing for the international fair of the book 2017
|The renowned Argentinean writer Luisa Valenzuela, will be opening the event. | Photo: Twitter: @Ferialibro|
The fair international of the book 2017, in its Edition number 43, which is held in Argentina of the 27 of April to the 15 of mayo, will count with the presence of invited international of great hierarchy, both Latin American as representatives of others parts of the world.
Those attending the event include the Nobel Prize for literature South African J.M. Coetzee, the Spanish Carlos Ruíz Zafón, the American John Katzenbach, among others. Also, confirmed their attendance the novelist and playwright Italian Alessandro Baricco, Spaniards Javier Cercas and Arturo Pérez-Reverte and Olivier Bourdeaut French novelist.
> Death of the Nobel Prize for literature Derek Walcott this edition will be dedicated to the American city of Los Angeles, which will have a stand of 200 meters and a delegation of first level in which are the renowned author of novels and comics, Gregg Hurwitz, and renowned author, Jim C. Hines.
For its part, the charge of start the event is the recognized writer argentina, Luisa Valenzuela.
Luisa Valenzuela will open the fair and says “Appeal to the humor is necessary to not fret too much” https://t.co/6rk5cefNQM – book fair (@ferialibro) March 5, 2017 this fair will feature a tribute to Violeta Parra, where they will be exhibited discs, books and photos. In addition, a recognition of the “One hundred years of solitude” work, the Nobel Prize Colombian, Gabriel García Márquez, which celebrates 50 years since its publication also will be held, will assist authors of juvenile books such as the English writer Jojo Moyes (Yo before you), the novelist Cecelia Ahern (PS I love you) and the U.S. Maggie Stiefvater.
> They give away today 30,000 books in Argentina as a form of protest also, among the representatives of the poetry are the Brazilian Carlito Azevedo, and Spaniards Luis García Montero and Andrés Sanchez Robayna, among others.
The international fair of the book of Buenos Aires was founded in 1974, becoming one of the top five in the world and brings together more than 200 million people every year.