After being suspended due to the pandemic for two years, Primavera del Libro, one of the most important publishing fairs in Chile, has returned to Parque Bustamante, in the municipality of Providencia. In its 11th release, many publishers have come together with all their new releases, along with a program that includes live music, lectures, panel presentations, various outdoor cultural activities, food carts, signings by authors and children’s activities that are part of this new event. , now held in person.
It should be noted that from tomorrow, October 1, people are allowed to attend this type of massive event without a mobility card or the use of masks.
This Fair will remain open until October 2, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., with more than 140 publishers showcasing Chilean bibliodiversity in a new version of Printemps du Livre, with free entry.
The event offers the reading public the opportunity to meet different national authors, to attend more than 70 cultural activities programmed for the whole family and to visit the different book stands that are exhibited in the central Parque Bustamante.
Pressenza exhibits its latest book “Periodismo No Violento” by 5 authors, on Virtual Ediciones stand n°12, as well as “Muros que hablan” by Riccardo Marinai and David Meléndez, also published by Virtual Ediciones. Here you will also find editions of books by humanist authors such as Marcela Latorre’s trilogy on education, publications by Gonzalo García Huidobro, Luis Ammann, Pía Figueroa, Javier Tolcachier, Guillermo Sullings and of course all the different Silo books .