Kazakhstan’s first children’s fantasy novel

The Moscow International Book Fair has just wound up (Sept. 5-9) and as yet little of interest has come across my desk to warrant coverage beyond noting that 100,000 visitors were expected. But the Moscow IBF encompasses not just Russia but also the Confederation of Independent States (CIS) and it is there that the “headline” Read More …

Kazakhstan, Colombia, Argentina, Malaysia, Dominican Republic, South Africa, UAE, Guinea Conakry and many more… Millions of book lovers are descending on global book fairs this week. And that’s nothing unusual

In Argentina today the Buenos Aries International Book Fair kicks off. It runs from April 26 through May 14, and 1.2 million visitors are expected. At the other end of the scale, a smaller but no less significant book event is underway in South Africa. The Rutanang Book Festival runs April 26-28. Although it started back Read More …

Kazakhstan’s Eurasia Book Fair gets underway in Astana

The annual Eurasia Book Fair kicked off in Kazakhstan yesterday, just one among countless book fairs happening around the globe this week, many far bigger, so no surprise it isn’t making any headlines. With just 28,000 visitors expected this isn’t one of the biggest book fairs on the planet – literally millions of people are Read More …