International Book Fair for High-Quality Fiction and Non-Fiction

International Book Fair for High-Quality Fiction and Non-Fiction
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The International Book Fair for High-Quality Fiction and Non-Fiction, also known as Non/fictio№, is held in Moscow every year since 1999. The event us run by EXPO-PARK Projects, one of the oldest independent exhibition companies in Russia. The fair is popular among book lovers and industry professionals from all over the country and abroad. Its program features presentations of new books, literary discussions, meetings with authors, and more.

The International Book Fair for High-Quality Fiction and Non-Fiction is held at the Central House of Artists. Its program includes about 500 hundred events designed for visitors off all ages. All events and attractions are divided into several groups according to their themes so that attendees can easily find the events they are most interested in.

As its name suggests, the fair focuses on non-fiction books devoted to a wide range of topics. Its sections include Humanities and Academic Books; Art, Design and Architecture Books; Business Literature; Gastronomy; and others. High-quality fiction is presented, too. There are special sections dedicated to fiction and children’s books. The market also hosts Antique Book Fair and Vinyl Club (a fair dedicated to vinyl records and vintage turntables).

The main events in Non/fictio№’s program include panels and Q&A sessions with famous authors, book signings, literary discussions and roundtables, workshops and seminars, and more. There are events for readers and for industry professionals, for grown-up and for kids. By the way, there’s a special children area at the market called the Territory of Knowledge.

The International Book Fair for High-Quality Fiction and Non-Fiction awards several prizes to honor and reward the accomplishments in the fields of literature and publishing. They are given out to authors, publishers and booksellers. Each edition of the fair features a guest of honor – a country or region whose literature is prominently represented at the event.

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