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Buchmetropolen 7: International Promotion of Literature

Panel discussion / discussion

A series of online events in German and Polish jointly organised by the Goethe-Institut Warsaw, Polish Chamber of Books and Frankfurter Buchmesse. At the events, experts from both or more countries discuss topical issues facing the book and publishing industry, followed by a Q&A.

Programme

Since 1971, the Nobel Prize in Literature has been awarded to authors writing in seventeen different languages. Anglophone writers predominate, followed (by a wide margin) by authors writing in German and Spanish. What can we do to ensure works from all countries of the world can reach far-flung readerships, allowing them to discover the full spectrum of literature from different authors and cultures? Experts from three countries discuss success stories and problems in this area.

 

Join us online in Polish or German.
 

Previous Buchmetropolen-Events: 

  1. 1. Fixed Book Pricing - 27.10.2020 - Recording in German or Polish
  2. 2. Audiobooks - 17.11.2020 - Recording in German or Polish
  3. 3. Virtual Book Fairs? - 08.12.2020 - Recording in German or Polish
  4. 4. Lobbyismus - 23.02.2021 - Recording in German or Polish
  5. 5. E-Book Market in Germany & Poland - Recording in German or Polish
  6. 6. Booktrade and eCommerce - 18.05.2021 - Recording in German or Polish 

Moderators

Sonia Draga
Sonia Draga CEO, Sonia Draga

Speakers

Ellen Trautmann Olerud
Ellen Trautmann Olerud Adviser International Markets, NORLA − Norwegian Literature Abroad
Jadwiga Jedyas
Jadwiga Jedyas Publisher and Co-Founder, Dwie Siostry
Agnieszka Urbanowska
Agnieszka Urbanowska Polish Book Institute
Friederike Barakat
Friederike Barakat Rights Director, Hanser Verlag