At the Frankfurt Book Fair, our reporter Paul-Christian Britz has asked participants about the advantages and potential pitfalls for people who've jumped on the self-publishing wagon. Let's see what he found out for us.
The world's largest book fair has always taken a stance, but this year is different — it's tone is defensive, determined and grim. DW's Sabine Peschel describes the politically loaded atmosphere of the 2018 event.
The world's largest book fair served as the launching pad for DW's bilingual literature special project. "100 German Must-Reads" recommends and presents 100 remarkable German novels that can also be read in English.
Georgia is the guest of honor at the 2018 Frankfurt Book Fair. The small Caucasus republic presents richly diverse literature.
The world's largest book fair has celebrated its opening with calls from authors and EU politicians defending — and demanding — diversity in the book branch. The 2018 fair focuses on human rights amid a rising far right.
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