This morning we opened the doors for the third and final day of London Book Fair. Once again the halls were packed full of the biggest names in the publishing industry.
Here is a look at some of the highlights from the final day at #LBF19:
Author of the day…
Our Children’s and Young Adult Author of the Day is Holly Bourne, author of best-selling novel Am I Normal Yet? and several other critically acclaimed books. Holly was here launching the front cover of her new book, The Places I’ve Cried in Public. We caught up with Holly and she shared her thoughts on what drives creativity in publishing:
Literary Translator of the Fair…
Next up we were visited by award-winning Jeremy Tiang, this year’s Literary Translator of the Fair. He told us more about the art of literary translating and what he’s been up to here at London Book Fair:
A look back at London Book and Screen Week…
This week-long event brings storytelling and the written word to life, uniting the capital’s avid readers, writers, game, film and TV fans with a whole host of events taking place right across literary London. Check out some of the highlights below:
Market focus – Indonesia…
Indonesia is our Market Focus for London Book Fair 2019, introducing the country’s “17,000 Islands of Imagination” to the international public and symbolising the intellectual and artistic richness of this incredibly diverse and multi-religious nation. It’s been an exciting week giving visitors a real flavour of not just books, but also the culture and heritage of this Southeast Asian country.
Below are some of the Market Focus highlights:
That’s a wrap!
We’ve closed the doors on London Book Fair 2019, thanks to everyone that attended and we look forward to seeing you all again next year.
For those who couldn’t make it this year, join us on social media for some of the highlights from across the three days, live from the show floor.
@LondonBookFair and #LBF19
Plus, don’t miss all the latest video content live from inside #LBF19