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With only 15 days to go, the literary world is looking at Canada as the guest of honor at the very first Special Edition of the Frankfurt Book Fair this October.
Steven Guilbeault, Minister for Cultural Heritage of Canada, announced Canada's virtual program for this year's Special Edition of the Frankfurt Book Fair.

Literary Mini-Documentaries and Cultural events will be available to the general public through the Canada FBM2020 website.

Canada's 2020 delegation of writers and illustrators include: Alix Ohlin, Catherine Hernandez, Esi Edugyan, David Alexander Robertson, Guillaume Perreault, Jocelyne Saucier, Joshua Whitehead, Kim Thúy and Sydney Smith. 


Frankfurt Rights is the new platform of the Frankfurt Book Fair for all aspects of international rights and license trading where you can consolidate important business contacts, browse through publisher profiles and catalogs, send and receive messages from colleagues and business partners and much more.
All those involved in the rights and license trade come together at Frankfurt Rights. Be it to acquire audio book licenses, to sell translation rights or to discover suitable material for film production.

Going Live on 1 October 2020.

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