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Books at Incheba

THE INCHEBA exhibition hall will host the 16th Bibliotéka book fair between November 13 and 16. The event features books by 105 publishing houses in Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Poland, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, Portugal, Israel, Great Britain, and Ireland, the SITA newswire wrote.

THE INCHEBA exhibition hall will host the 16th Bibliotéka book fair between November 13 and 16. The event features books by 105 publishing houses in Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Poland, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, Portugal, Israel, Great Britain, and Ireland, the SITA newswire wrote.

As usual for this book fair, visitors will be able to attend public readings, meetings with writers, discussions and other accompanying events and exhibitions. They will have a chance to meet Slovak authors Daniel Hevier, Etela Farkašová, and Anton Hykisch, just to name a few. The authors coming from abroad include Jurij Poľakov, Petra Hůlková and Savyon Liebrecht.

Readers will also have the option of holding virtual discussions with Maxim M. Matkin and Dominik Dán, two Slovak writers who remain anonymous.

Two of the accompanying events are Paedeutics, an exhibition of educational techniques, and Art, an international fine art exhibition.

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