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International Book Fairs planned for 2007

Last year's list of book fairs has been updated for the New Year, including a few more new ones. The information becomes sketchier towards the end of the year. Some annual fairs seem to have been cancelled for this year, but we will revise this list as more information becomes available.

A large number of international book fairs are held throughout the year. Most of these are primarily intended as trade fairs for the book trade, but many of them have extensive programmes of cultural events and opportunities to meet authors. Some set out to attract the general public, others have particular days when the public can get in.

The book fairs are worth researching, as you may find that there is one you can get to. The benefits are the vast array of new and forthcoming books on display, the seminars, conferences and author events which may be planned, and the chance to see the publishing world in action.

2007 Book Fairs

Mumbai International Book Fair 12 - 21 January www.internationalbookfair.com

Cairo International Book Fair 23 January - 4 February http://www.cibf.org/

Taipei International Book Exhibition 30 January - 4 February www.tibe.tw

Jerusalem Book Fair 18 - 23 February www.jerusalembookfair.com

Baltic Book Fair 22 - 25 February www.litexpo.lt in Vilnius, in Lithuania.

Latvian Book Fair 1 - 4 March in Riga, Latvia www.bt1.lb/lbf

New Delhi World Book Fair 27 January - 4 February. The Fair not only offers a glimpse of the multi-lingual publishing industry in India, which has developed substantially in recent years, but also meets the needs of the vast Indian book market. www.fiponweb.com/events3.htm

Havana International Book Fair 2 - 15 February www.cubaliteraria.com

Expolingua, Lisbon 8-10 March www.expolingua.p/en_index.htm

Leipzig Book Fair 22 - 25 March www.leipziger-buchmess.de

26th Salon du Livre 23 - 27 March http://salondulivreparis.com The French book fair, an elegant meeting-point for the book trade with a large number of meetings and many events organised for the public.

London Book Fair 16 - 18 April http://www.lbf-virtual.com/

Europe’s premier international spring book fair, increasingly seen as the key book fair for the first half of the year, balancing the Frankfurt Book Fair in the second half. British publishers are of course out in force, but this fair now attracts visitors from all over the world. After the brouhaha lat year, this has moved to another site at Earls Court, but those who experienced the bleakness of last year's Docklands will not regret this.

Bologna Children’s Book Fair 24 - 27 April http://www.bookfair.bolognafiere.

The top international children’s book fair, attended by children’s publishers from all over the world. Many feel that this is the best book fair of them all, graced by a relaxed atmosphere, wonderful food and a great location in the lovely Italian city of Bologna. www.bookfair.bolognafiere.it

Bangkok International Book Fair 28 March - 10 Aprill www.bangkokibf.com

Surely one of the longest international book fairs, this is organised by the Thai Publishers and Booksellers Association. Free admission to the public. Milia 16 - 20 April Bringing together content decision-makers from the worlds of digital entertainment, Internet, mobile and Interactive, this is the biggest international gathering of its kind. www.milia.com

33rd Feria Internacional del Libro Buenos Aires, Argentina 16 April - 7 May www.el.libro.com.ar

Budapest International Book Festival 12 - 15 April www.mkke.hu/ Cultural events and conferences on issues affecting the book trade.
Warsaw International Book Fair 17 - 20 May www.bookfair.pl

Nigeria International Book Fair 7 - 12 May www.nibf.org

Designed to give existing and prospective publishers and booksellers the opportunity of exploring and exploiting the country's book market. Baltic Book Fair, Estonia 15 - 19 May www.estbook.com

BookExpo America Washington DC 31 May - 3 June Primarily a trade fair which enables American publishers to show booksellers their fall lists, this big fair has been through many vicissitudes, but is currently seen as rather less of an international fair, although the fair authorities are trying to reverse this trend and have developed a programme for writers which is worth investigating. www.bookexpoamerica.com

BookExpo Canada in Toronto 8 - 11 June www.reed-expo.ca/bookexpo/ Canada’s leading event for the book publishing industry

Cape Town Book Fair 16 - 19 June www.capetownfair.com

Following on from its inaugural fair last year, this is hoping to establish this as the big African event. See News Review 3 July 2006.

American Library Association Conference in Washington 21 - 27 June www.ala.org

Tokyo International Book Fair 5 - 8 July http://web.reedexpo.co.jp/tibf/english/

Big event for Asian book trade, giving access to the world's second biggest book market. Hong Kong Book Fair
18 - 23 July www.hkbookfair.com

Beijing International Book Fair 30 August - 3 September www.bibf.net Important fair for publishers from all over the world who are interested in getting into the booming Chinese market, this has rapidly established itself as an essential stop on the international rights circuit.

Moscow International Book Fair 5 - 10 September www.bookfair.ru

London Remainder and Promotional Book Fair 16 - 17 September www.ciana.co.uk

Goteborg International Book Fair 27- 30 September www.goteborg-bookfair.com

Biggest meeting-point for Scandinavian literature, attracting authors and the media as well as the trade. Frankfurt Book Fair 10 - 14 October http://www.frankfurt-book-fair.com This is still the big one, the premier international book fair which is attended by publishers from all over the world and is also open to the German public for some of the time. This huge fair is a meeting-place and rights marketplace for the global publishing industry, but it is a trade fair and there's not much for authors except in the German halls. The Fair will again be on its usual dates in early October, but the number of days have been cut. (See our Inside Publishing article on the Frankfurt Book Fair.)

Istanbul Book Fair, Turkey 27 October - 4 November www.tuyap.com

Salon du Livre, Montreal 15 - 19 November www.salondulivredemontreal.com

Feria International del Libro de Guadalajara Mexico 25 November - 3 December. This is supposed to be the largest Spanish book event in the world. www.fil.com.mx


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