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ST. PETERSBURG. From May 21 to May 24, the X International Book Salon will be held in the cultural capital of Russia, the participants of which were representatives from 14 regions of the Russian Federation and 20 countries of the world.
LONDON. On May 19, the International Booker Prize for 2015 was presented at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. The laureate was the 61-year-old Hungarian writer Laszlo Krasnakhorkai.
MOSCOW. The expert council of the Big Book national award named the names of nine writers who reached the finals of the jubilee, tenth season, among whom were Victor Pelevin, Dina Rubina and Roman Senchin.
CASSEL. On the official website of the University of Kassel in Germany, a message appeared that the digitized letters and documents of German storytellers and linguists Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm, as well as their family members, are now available for free viewing on the Internet.
The descendant of the outstanding Karl Friedrich Jerome von Munchausen Munchausen Vladimir Nagovo-Munchausen, who became the prototype of a famous literary character, wrote a new story that he plans to use to create a film about the adventures of the baron.
KNITTING. Soon the Ryazan will begin holding the annual festival of science fiction "Let’s Go."
Thessaloniki. From May 7 to 10, the XII International Book Exhibition was held at the HELEXPO Exhibition Center in Thessaloniki, Greece from May 7 to 10.
ST. PETERSBURG. The exhibition-fair of historical literature, held in the first May days, was dedicated to the celebration of the 70th anniversary of the Great Victory.
BERKLEY. In the library of the University of California at Berkeley, one of the teachers discovered a cache of previously unknown letters from the American writer Mark Twain.
RIGA. Terra Fantastika, one of the oldest private publishing houses in Russia, donated to the Latvian National Library the complete works of the Strugatsky brothers, published in one large volume.
PARIS. On May 2, in Paris, world-famous film actor Pierre Richard presented his memoir, entitled “I Know Nothing, But I Will Tell Everything”.
MOSCOW. In the library to them. Turgenev in Moscow hosted the award ceremony of the fourth season of the Nora Gal Prize, which is awarded annually for the translation of short prose from English.
GENEVA. At the International Book Salon in Geneva, which will run from April 29 to May 3, Russia is invited this year as an guest of honor. Much attention at the Russian stand was given to works covering the 70th anniversary of the Great Victory.
A unique publication about interesting facts from the life of famous writers “Literature! Travel around the world of books ”from the author Katerina Marenholz was published.
DUSSELDORF. Relatives of the recently deceased writer, Nobel Prize winner Gunter Grass, found in his house in Dusseldorf previously unpublished drawings and diaries in which he wrote about his life in Berlin.
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