Durango book fair The first Durangoko euskal Liburu eta Disko Azoka was held in 1965. It was one of the first events organised by the recently founded Gerediaga Elkartea. Under the Franco dictatorship, the fair had one main objective: to publicise the literary and record production of the Basque Country. In addition, Gerediaga Elkartea strove to ensure that during those days Durango became a meeting place for the different sectors of Basque cultural activity. Durango, little by little, beyond books and records, has become a meeting place for the different agents of Basque culture. [...]
Maribor book fair The program of the Book Fair held in Maribor and organised by Malinc will include the participation of three authors and their editors from countries of the consortium with the aim of presenting their work and participating in forum debates.
Galeusca Plus The Galeusca Plus event is a biannual meeting of publishers from Basque Country, Galicia, Catalonia and Valencia in which, EDITOREAK organises a B2B publishers forum discussion for exchange of knowledge and experiences to expand the business possibilities of small and independent publishers.
KROKODIL FESTIVAL This festival, celebrated on 23rd and 24th of June 2022, included the participation of three authors from countries of the consortium. They introduced in different tables and discussion.
Turin Book Fair Within the framework of the Turin Book Fair, ILV will organize a B2B meeting between publishers from the partner countries and will facilitate meetings with other publishers present at the Fair.
Literary Festival The program of the Literary Festival held in Leeuwarden (The Netherlands) and organised by Afuk will include the participation of three authors from countries related to the consortium. The authors will present their works together with their editors and will participate in round tables and discussion forums with the rest of the participants in the festival. The general public and professionals who visit the festival will be able to enjoy works and authors that otherwise would be difficult to get to know. In 2019 Leeuwarden, the capitol of Fryslân, became City of Literature by UNESCO. As Unesco [...]