London: The London Book Fair has just concluded. The Book Fair in Earls Court is the perfect place to meet with over 23,000 industry professionals in London for three days of education, networking and business opportunities dedicated to making words go further. A key opportunity for UK and international publishers to liaise with their foreign counterparts, and seek out and capitalise on new business partnerships.
The Russia Market Focus and the associated cultural programme placed a spotlight on contemporary Russian authors and Russia as an important publishing arena. The Publishers – ranging from small to medium sized publishers as well as the larger publishing houses, all conducting rights business, export and national sales.
In particular Steve Jobs life and science blockbuster cause stir at London Book Fair A revealing look at the Apple boss and a ‘cutting-edge’ work of popular science have been causing most excitement at busy trade event. An inside look into the life story of Apple boss Steve Jobs, a revolutionary book from a rising star of popular science, and a sought-after debut drawing on Edith Wharton’s The Age of Innocence are among the books causing a stir at this year’s London Book Fair.
There was the most important Italian publishers as Mondadori and Feltrinelli, celebrated by the presence of the Italian Ambassador in London Alain Giorgio Maria Economides. In spite of the crisis, The London Book Fair remains a vital appointment for culture and opportunities where affirmed authors and new authors met together enriching their store of Knowledge and enjoying the beauty of culture.