Eurozine at Frankfurt Book Fair 2019
Together with Eurozine’s Norwegian partner journal Vagant, and with kind support by the municipality of Bergen and the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, Eurozine was present at the largest book fair in the world, with a stand to present Eurozine’s publishing and to promote the network of cultural journals. At the stand, Eurozine distributed almost 100 copies of the anthology ‘Widening the context’ and presented Eurozine as well as the network’s Norwegian partner journals to hundreds of publishing professionals as well as special guests such as Crown Prince of Norway Haakon Magnus and Norway’s Minister of Culture Trine Skei Grande.
Additionally, Eurozine organised a panel within the prestigious Weltempfang, a series of international debates, with a discussion on how to “break the bad news” of climate crisis, on Thursday, 17 October, on the main stage. The panel discussion was translated into German and attended by more than 50 publishing professionals.
Andrea Zederbauer (Wespennest)
Audun Lindholm (Vagant)
Seyda Öztürk (Cogito)
Réka Kinga Papp (Eurozine)
Co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.
Photo: Alexander Heimann; Copyright: Frankfurter Buchmesse