The 17th Thessaloniki International Book Fair will take place from May 7 to May 10, 2020.
It is organized by the Hellenic Foundation for Culture in collaboration with TIF-HELEXPO, the Municipality of Thessaloniki, associations of Greek publishers as well as independent publishers, with the support and cooperation of the Ministry of Culture and Sports. The TBF will also host its well-established program of events, which includes the 7th New Writers’ Festival, the 5th Translation Festival and the 3rd Literary Performance Festival, presentations of new publications, as well as discussions with authors, meetings among professionals of the book industry, thematic exhibitions and film screenings. Seminars and professionals’ meetings concerning the Greek and the international book market are also being scheduled.
The 17th TBF is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund in the framework of the Regional Operational Program of Central Macedonia 2014-2020
Guest of Honor of the 17th Thessaloniki International Book Fair is the German language literature, and the participation of Germany and other German speaking countries, such as Austria and Switzerland, is to be coordinated by the Frankfurt Book Fair in cooperation with Goethe Institut Grieheland and the Hellenic Foundation for Culture.
Thessaloniki International Book Fair:
It is the most important yearly event for the book and the professionals of the field organized in our country; a cultural institution with international character that has changed the landscape of the book industry and has become a reference point for all readers and bibliophiles.
The Thessaloniki International Book Fair stands for: Thematic Tributes / Literary Meetings / New Writers’ Festival Talks / Discussions / Workshops / Round Tables / Literary Café / Professional Meetings / Translation Festival Screenings / Visual Arts and Theatrical Events Children’s Corner / Teenagers’ Forum Educators’ Corner.
More information here. Guest of Honor of the 17th TBF is the German language literature.
Entrance is free.