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Leipziger Buchmesse

Leipzig Book Fair inspires book fever

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Leipzig Book Fair. From Leipziger-Buchmesse.de
Leipzig Book Fair. From Leipziger-Buchmesse.de

Better to have one book in your hand as well as many flying around in your head. If you like cosplay, this is also the week for you.

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Book Fair: around the world in four days

in Literature/What's on
Spring time, Book Fair Time, when the city becomes the literary globe in miniature. No planes, no ships needed – the world cruise can be undertaken in four days, on foot, by bike, by tram.
Spring time, Book Fair Time, when the city becomes the literary globe in miniature. No planes, no ships needed – the world cruise can be undertaken in four days, on foot, by bike, by tram.

“Returning cranes traverse the bleak skies with molecules of south rainbow on their wings – and new stories of their travels.” Novelist Svetlana Lavockina shares her itinerary for the Leipziger Buchmesse.

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Why do we blog? (A photo story)

in Leipzig on the web/Philosophies

Rather than a way to escape “real” life for me, it’s ended up becoming a way to enhance it.

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Continental Subway: Purposeful Randomness

in Music/Podcast

Gon Von Zola, Ana Beatrice Ribero and me, riding David Dichelle’s Continental Subway.

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Countdown2Buchmesse: Tips for budding authors and avid readers

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“With artists flocking here annually, there are sure to be many authors or writers working in English in their midst, looking for a home and place to promote themselves in Eastern Germany’s famous publishing hub.”

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A literary treasure hunt around Leipzig

in Culture / Entertainment/Leipzig

Our intrepid reporter Helena Fram interviewed Siegfried Lokatis, Professor in Book Science (Buchwissenschaft) at the University of Leipzig, on convincing shops around Leipzig to do something a little different: putting historic books in their display windows to run parallel with the Leipziger Buchmesse.

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