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We Invite You to Plunge into the World of Estonian Literature

We Invite You to Plunge into the World of Estonian Literature
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February 7
Exhibition Complex (room 104)

The Space of Estonian Books exhibition opens as part of the XXVII Minsk International Book Fair.

The basis of the exposition comprises the shortlisted publications of the 2017 Most Artful Publication Competition. The event is held by The Estonian Publishers' Association and the National Library of Estonia. The 25 best books with the highest scores from professionals and readers are selected based on their printing and aesthetic value.

The exhibition presents the products of KPD and Aleksandra publishers. Thanks to their efforts, the Russian-speaking audience in Estonia and abroad can keep abreast of the new Estonian literature.

A part of the exhibition is dedicated to the Tallinn, literary and art magazine, which celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2018. The pages of this publication give an opportunity to learn about the work of both new and well-established authors. The magazine covers a wide scope of the cultural life of Estonia and unites the creative community of the countries where the audience reads in Russian.

Nelly Abashina-Meltz, Editor-in-Chief and Director of Aleksandra publishing house and Valentina Kashina, Director of the KPD publishing house will take part in the opening of the exhibition.

The celebratory event will take place in the Exhibition Complex of the Library (room 104) on February 7.

Entry is free on the event day. On other days, the entry is by library card or by the Library's Social and Cultural Center ticket.

The exhibition runs until March 15, 2020.
The end date is subject to change.

For more info: (8 017) 293 29 80, 293 28 81.

Public Relations Department.


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