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  • Frankfurt Confirms In-Person Fair, Limits Daily Attendees to 25,000

    The Frankfurt Book Fair has again confirmed that the fair will proceed with live, in-person events, this October 20-24. To protect the health of fairgoers, it will limit total daily attendees to 25,000.

  • Frankfurt Book Fair Is Taking Shape

    Plans for the Frankfurt Book Fair are shaping up, with professionals from 60 countries committing to participating in the live, in-person fair, to be held this October 20-24.

  • Frankfurt Plans Live, In-Person Trade Fair in October

    The Frankfurt Book Fair is planning on hosting a live, in-person fair this October 20-24. “It will be smaller in scale and more focused,” Juergen Boos, the fair director, said.

  • Frankfurt Commits to In-Person Fair, Opens Registration

    The Frankfurt Book Fair has recommitted to running a hybrid in-person and virtual book fair this year and has opened registration for exhibitors. The in-person event is scheduled for October 20-24 and has been given the theme of “re:connect."

  • Frankfurt Book Fair Plans to Go 'Back to Basics'

    The Frankfurt Book Fair has reorganized, and will pursue a "back to basics" approach for the physical fair next year, focusing on the rights trade and B2B networking. It will also continue to develop its virtual platforms and digital tools.

  • Frankfurt Book Fair New York Is Closing

    The Frankfurt Book Fair New York, which was responsible for selling exhibition space to North American publishers and arranging for literary agents to attend the fair, is closing at the end of the year.

  • Changes Coming to the Frankfurt Book Fair

    Organizers of the Frankfurt Book Fair said next year's event will expand the virtual options incorporated this year, while also bringing back on-site stands. However, lost revenue and the ongoing pandemic is forcing the fair to streamline operations.

  • Frankfurt's Boos Says Physical Fairs Cannot Be Replaced

    Though the all-virtual Frankfurt Book Fair was well-received, Frankfurt director Juergen Boos is all the more convinced that in-person, face-to-face book fairs are essential to the health of the industry and cannot be replaced.

  • Copywriter's Debut Emerges as Big Book at Frankfurt

    'Lessons in Chemistry,' a debut novel set in the 1960s about a wannabe scientist who lands a job as the host of a TV cooking show, sold to Doubleday for a rumored seven-figure sum.

  • Frankfurt Participants See Silver Linings

    The news out of the ongoing Frankfurt Book Fair, which has been entirely virtual, has largely been positive, with publishers and other industry players discussing how they have coped with the challenges caused by the pandemic.

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