Important personalities of culture and art life, media, politicians, experts will attend the Bookfest 2013 International Book Fair, over May 29 -June 2, organizers inform.
According to the Romanian Association of Publishers (AER) release sent to Agerpres, the 8th edition of the Bookfest International Book Fair, organized under the aegis of the Federation of Romanian Publishers takes place in the pavilions of the Bucharest-based Romexpo Exhibition Complex.
The marathon agenda of the Fair's this year edition schedules 300 interactive events, book launches, reading and autograph sessions meetings with culture and art personalities and politicians, concerts, films theater performances for kids, photography, creative writing and live drawing workshops, professional debates.
The Romanian literature will be widely represented by outstanding names like Mircea Cartarescu, Doina Rusti, Radu Aldulescu, Lucian Dan Teodorovici, Ruxandra Cesereanu, Dan C. Mihailescu, Octavian Soviany, Nora Iuga, Gabriela Adamesteanu, Ioana Nicolaie, Alex. Stefanescu, Denisa Comanescu, Ioan Bogdan Lefter, Liviu Antonesei, Bogdan Ghiu, Ioan Es. Pop, Ioana Ieronim, Nicolae Tzone, Lucian Vasilescu, Constantin Abaluta, Radu Voinescu, Marius Chivu, Florin Lazarescu, Simona Popescu, Daniela Zeca Buzura, Florin Iaru, Bedros Horasangian, Ioana Parvulescu, who meet their audience as authors and guests.
Likewise, Neagu Djuvara, Lucian Boia, Horia Roman Patapievici and Gabriel Liiceanu will present one new publishing project each, and are waiting for their readers for autograph sessions and talks.
Actors Radu Beligan, Valentin Uritescu, Horatiu Malaele, Tamara Buciuceanu-Botez will launch books and give autohgraph sessions, while well-known journalists like Emil Hurezeanu, Luca Niculescu, Alessandra Stoicescu, Mihai Gainusa, Dan Tapalaga, Radu Paraschivescu, Marina Constantinescu, Alice Nastase and Olivia Steer are also expected to be present in the events.
Politicians like Varujan Vosganian, Vasile Dancu, Lucian Croitoru, George Cristian Maior, Mihai Razvan Ungureanu, Raed Arafat, Theodor Baconschi, Adrian Cioroianu and Sandra Pralong will also be present in the Bookfest 2013.
Art film is also on the Fair's cultural agenda to the visitors' delight.
Bookfest 2013 enjoys the participation of countries like Austria, Switzerland and Germany, threough the international project Three Countries Same Language developed by Frankfurt Book Fair. Nine German language writers are expected to arrive in Bucharest next week, and to atend the Book Show, and among them it is worth mentioning Catalin Dorian Florescu, Josef Winkler and Jan Konnefke. AGERPRES