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Frankfurt sends delegates to gamescon in Cologne

29 July 2014

Frankfurt Book Fair’s (FBF) StoryDrive conference will send delegates to the computer-game trade fair gamescon in Cologne in August, FBF said in a statement. Ten representatives of international publishing houses and literary agencies...

Frankfurt 2012 opens, spotlight on New Zealand 

10 October 2012

Wilkins Farago publisher Andrew Wilkins writes: The 2012 Frankfurt Book Fair opens today, with New Zealand this year’s Guest of Honour. Forty-eight exhibitors from Australia are participating, with the Australian...

New writers’ residency in Frankfurt 

20 June 2012

New Zealand authors Hamish Clayton and Tina Makereti will take up new writing residencies offered by the Weltkulturen Museum in Frankfurt in September, reports Booksellers New Zealand. Clayton and Makereti...

Forthcoming events 

9 October 2007

Trade events coming up over the next week, as shown on our events calendar, include: Frankfurt Book Fair 10 - 14 OctoberCAL's Publishers' Career Development grants deadline 12 OctoberRedact Workshop...

In brief 

18 September 2007

Spotlight abandons AWAsNational fabric retailer Spotlight has announced that it will negotiate a new collective agreement with its 6500 employees rather than deal with the complex WorkChoices laws. Spotlight CEO Simon...

South Africa to build on Cape Town success 

8 October 2006

There was a special focus on South Africa today, with a breakfast briefing on the South African book trade and the Frankfurt Book Fair-sponsored Cape Town Book Fair (which took...

Response to Cape Town Book Fair ‘overwhelming’ 

20 June 2006

Response to the inaugural Cape Town Book Fair (CTBF) has exceeded expectations, with what fair director Vanessa Badroodien called ‘overwhelming support from the public and trade visitors.'‘None of us could...

Beware of Construct Data 

6 June 2006

Publishers and distributors that visit the Frankfurt or London Book Fairs are again warned to beware of correspondence from Austrian-based company Construct Data Verlag AG. WBN has received a letter...