38th International Istanbul Book Fair: 02-10 November 2019
The countdown has started for TÜYAP 2019! 38th International Istanbul Book Fair will include a large number of publishers and non-governmental organizations in Turkey and abroad. The exhibition will last for nine days. And so, visitors will have the opportunity to meet with the authors of the works they read with pleasure. So, when is TÜYAP Book Fair?
The 38th International Istanbul Book Fair is expected every year with great interest. The entrance will be free of charge to students, teachers, children, retired and disabled people. What’s more, the fair will host 300 cultural events and more than 2000 signing days. The Istanbul Book Fair will organize many events from panels, interviews, workshops to children’s events. So the most frequently asked questions are “When is TUYAP Book Fair?” and “Where is TÜYAP Fair?”
The Main Theme of the 38th International Istanbul Book Fair: 1950s Generations in Our Literature
The International Istanbul Book Fair will host special events within the scope of the main theme of our literature. The 1950s Generations in Our Literature this year will be the main scope of this year. The 1950s and 1950s and Theater will be discussed under the direction of Zeynep Oral. On the other hand, the 1950 Generation in Magazine will be on the table under the direction of Metin Celâl. And finally, the 1950s and 1950s Generation in Publishing will be another topic under the direction of Fahri Aral. And Doğan Hızlan will moderate “The 1950s Generation Story and Poetry.”
International Guests of the 38th Istanbul Book Fair
Istanbul Book Fair will host international guests one precious from another within the scope of the program. On 2 November, two separate events, organized by the Cultural Center of Northern Macedonia, will focus on Balkan literature. Turkish literature will be accompanied by writers and poets from the USA, Ukraine and Greece.
Organized by the Red Cat Publishing House on November 9th, Pilar del Río will interview book lovers on the Nobel Prize for Literature, José Saramago. Tess Gerritsen, considered the queen of thriller novel in the world, will sign her books published by Doğan Kitap on November 9th and 10th.
Mehring Publishing House will organize a video conference with American writer David North on 10 November. And he is going to interview with his readers on “Lev Trotsky and Socialism in 21st Century”.
When Will The 38th International Istanbul Book Fair Start?
TÜYAP 38th International İstanbul Book Fair will be held between 2-10 November 2019. As every year, Istanbul will host the fair this year, too.
2 Kasım’da Atilla Dorsay @AtillaDorsay1 ve Gülseren Budayıcıoğlu @drgbudayicioglu okurları ile imza gününde bir araya geliyor. Akgün Akova ve Melisa Kesmez @ben_vesaire ise 9 Kasım’da fuarda edebiyat tutkunları ile buluşuyor. 📚 pic.twitter.com/pXvfjPDwHx
— Kitap Fuarı (@kitapfuari) October 31, 2019
Where Is the TUYAP Book Fair?
The 38th TUYAP International Istanbul Book Fair will be held in TUYAP Fair and Congress Center in Büyükçekmece. The entrance will be free of charge for students, teachers, children, retired and disabled people. But on the other hand, the entrance fee is 10 TRY for other individuals. Visitors can whether purchase tickets at the entrance of the fair or via the internet.
As for the visiting hours, the fair will be open between 10.00-19.00 during the weekdays. So the weekends, the fair will be open between 10.00-20.00. The last day of the fair is the 10th of November on Sunday. And the closing hour is going to be 19.00.
How Can I Go To TUYAP International Istanbul Book Fair?
When you land at Beylikdüzü Last Station with Metrobus, you can easily reach the fair.
If you are coming with your private car, continue on the TEM Highway, Mahmutbey toll booths and leave the Bahçeşehir-Avcılar exit. You will continue in the direction of Avcılar and after 2 km you will reach the Büyükçekmece sign by E5 highway and after 3 km you will reach Tüyap Fair and Congress Center.
You can see the exact location via the following link: Google.com/maps/TUYAP. As for the official Twitter Page; twitter.com/kitapfuari.