Rabat – Egypt will be the guest of honor of the 24th edition of Casablanca’s international publishing and book fair, to be held on February 8 to 18, announced the Ministry of Culture and Communication.
This edition will focus on Moroccan-Egyptian relations, the issues of culture and philosophy as well as the role of Egyptian writer, Jamal El Ghitani.
With the participation of several Egyptian writers, novelists and researchers, the fair will also highlight the characteristics of the Moroccan and Egyptian novelist experience.
The book fair is not only an opportunity for publishers to market their books, it is also a large forum for cultures to openly discuss and debate publishing works on current issues and events.
This follows Morocco’s participation at the 2017 Cairo international book fair as a -guest of honour. The Cairo international book fair, which was founded in 1969, is the oldest and most extensive book fair in the Arab world.