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The Courtyards of the Royal Palace host Napoli Città Libro, the first Book Fair to restart in Italy with 80 stands and many events!
In Campania there will be the first Italian Book Fair after lockdown with 80 stand, meetings and events in the courtyards of the Royal Palace of Naples for the third edition of Naples City Book whose theme will be "Steps".
Our city will be the first to host such an event from 1 to 4 July 2021 with appointments also open to the public in presence. The Book Fair, however, will be itinerant and it will also touch other cities in Campania.
It is promoted and financed by the Campania Region through Scabec and will involve the whole territory, starting with NapoliCittàLibro, as mentioned, which will therefore be the event that will characterize the Neapolitan city.
It is a beautiful restart project which sees the collaboration and participation of many publishers, associations and festivals that have long been committed to promoting the culture of reading.
Naples City Book - The book and publishing fair
The venue, as mentioned, will be the Royal Palace and the event will be everything dedicated to Luis Sepulveda, a great writer who unfortunately left us because of Covid-19 and who just last year would have been one of the most important guests.
The events, however, will be also online, not only in the presence and the program will propose meetings and reflections on topical issues with the participation of writers, Journalists, scholars, storytellers, essayists and, of course, there will be thousands of books. There will be music, theatrical performances and meetings with the authors.
The program of meetings
It can be consulted on the website of Naples Città Libro the detailed program of the 4 days.
The Book Fair: the other events in Campania
The Book Fair in Campania will not only be the Naples City Book event, but there will also be other events in Campania in the cities of Salerno, Caserta, Benevento ed Avellino. a truck with a recognizable brand he will travel to the squares and places set up safely to host him.
There will also be the digital format "Campania that reads", dedicated to the libraries and publishers of the Region and which has been broadcast online since March. It is realized with the Salerno Literature festival, the Naples Prize, the Alfonso Gatto Foundation and the Tucci Emeroteca.