This Thursday, September 8, at 11 a.m., the 30th edition of the Córdoba Book Fair will be presented. It will be in La Tasca, located on Paseo Santa Catalina, a traditional bookstore walk, with the presence of the Secretary of Culture of the Municipality of Córdoba, Mariano Almada; representatives of provincial, local and sector institutions; and the curators Elena Pérez, former dean of the Faculty of Languages of the UNC, Sergio Suppo, journalist and José Heinz, writer, teacher and journalist.
Under the motto “The city, all cities”, the new edition comes with important novelties that will mark a milestone in its history, both for the presentation grid and for the multiplicity of spaces in which it will take place, and the new concept on which has been organized this year.
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In this sense, and as a preview, “the proposal of this edition, on the way to the 450 years of the city of Córdoba, is from a Fair conceived as a full experience, in which although the book continues to have centrality, it is expanded to give rise to various cultural manifestations, recitals, experiences and artistic and gastronomic expressions, within the framework of a broad concept of culture with a global, inclusive and accessible look to the entire population”, advanced its organizers.