Play computer games with Nordic Games, buy Nordic prize-winning books and sell your ideas to the director controlling the cultural purse strings.
Diversity and variation are key words for the Nordic stand at the Göteborg Book Fair, 27-30 September.
Anyone contemplating a cultural or artistic project with Nordic connotations with not want to miss the huge Nordic stand (C02:02) at the Book Fair.
You can pitch your idea to the Director of the Nordic Culture Fund, Karen Bue, who will help with ideas on how the culture project could be financed and how to write a good application to the Nordic and national funding schemes.
Second-hand bookshop with winning literature
The Nordic Council's prestigious literature prize has been awarded for 50 years. The Nordic stand's second-hand bookshop offers a unique opportunity to browse through, and buy, the winning works. At least seven of the prize-winning authors will visit the Book Fair, including this year's winner, Merethe Lindstrøm from Norway.
Nordic games with worldwide reputation
Nordic computer games have an international reputation of being innovative and creatively designed. In the Nordic stand's special gaming room visitors can test games under development and be involved in mapping out the future development of this media. In addition, the Swedish game developer Planeto has made a game, just in time for the Book Fair, which will test your knowledge of Nordic literature.
The full Nordic stand programme is here.
The Göteborg Book Fair, 27–30 September, is the largest book fair in the Nordic Region and attracts about 100,000 visitors every year.
If you have any questions, please contact Birgitta Jacobsson Ekblom, Head of Communications, Göteborg Book Fair, tel + 46 701 61 65 09, firstname.lastname@example.org