The Frankfurt Book Fair is the most important event in the international book industry. The 2020 fair will take place online, leaving the event’s large halls empty. How will that work? Arts.21 interviews the fair’s director Juergen Boos.
With most offerings online, this year's fair is defying the coronavirus pandemic. It's also more inclusive than ever.
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