Lima Lee Book Fair opens its doors this Thursday, September 15

The Lima Lee Book Fair will be held between September 15 and 25.
The Lima Lee Book Fair will be held between September 15 and 25.

After the International Book Fair comes the Lima Lee Fairthe same that will take place in the Exposition Park of Cercado de Lima and whose admission will be completely free. The event will take place from Thursday, September 15 to Sunday, September 25 of the same month. This is the seventh edition of this meeting of readers that is becoming an expected activity every year.

In addition to the stands of various publishers and bookstores, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in various cultural activities designed for adults and children. Conversations, book presentations, workshops, screenings and book signings make up the calendar of events. In addition, the visitor will be able to enjoy the meetings in the iconic spaces of the Exhibition Park.

The Lima Lee Book Fair will be held between September 15 and 25.
The Lima Lee Book Fair will be held between September 15 and 25.

Thursday September 15

Chinese Fountain – 10:30 am

The Lima Lee Fair will be inaugurated with the participation of the Spanish duo Carmen Muyor Quique Peña. In addition, the Peruvian tenor Juan Antonio de Dompablo will perform.

Art Museum – 2:00 p.m.

Screening of the short film Vallejópatas by Rubén Romero Prieto. The presentation revolves around the work of César Vallejo, the most important Peruvian poet and whose work Trilce turns 100 this 2022.

Moorish Pavilion – 4:00 p.m.

A workshop on comics and manga, also known as the Japanese version of comics, will be held. The event is aimed at the entire Public.

Morico Pavilion – 5:00 pm

The book “1871: Praetoria. An album by Francisco ‘Pancho’ Fierro”. The event in charge of the National Library of Peru seeks about the work of one of our most remembered watercolorists in Peru.

Moorish Pavilion – 8:00 p.m.

Editorial Pesopluma will present one of its most recent publications “Trilce: poem by poem”, a detailed review of each of the verses written by César Vallejo commented by Víctor Vich and Alexandra Hibbett.

Friday September 16

Taulichusco – 11:00 a.m.

An art workshop will be given in which the characteristics of Awajún art, the native indigenous people of the Amazon jungle, will be presented. For years they have stood out for the artistic style present in their day to day.

Taulichisco – 2:00 p.m.

The Embassy of Japan in Peru organizes a discussion to present the scholarship program available for students. Details regarding the application for various academic programs will be given at the meeting.

Chinese Fountain – 4:00 pm

Quechua literature takes place at the Lee Fair in Lima. A storytelling activity will be carried out by the Rimasayki Cultural Association.

Art Museum – 8:00 p.m.

The book “Democracy besieged” by former congressman Gino Costa will be presented. The member of parliament between 2016 and 2021 reviews one of the most complicated moments in the history of Congress.

Saturday September 17

Art Museum – 3:00 p.m.

The book “History, heritage and identities” will be presented, which will serve as teaching material for teachers to teach about the value of the Historic Center of Lima, a place that houses important buildings in the city.

MET Library – 7:00 p.m.

A discussion will be held on experiences in the field of reading in university spaces.

Sunday September 18

Chinese Fountain – 11:00 am

The musical touch is provided by the Tuna group from the Norbert Wiener University. Musical classics will be presented by students who maintain a long university tradition.

MET Library – 7:00 p.m.

Musician Antonio Jaúregui presents his memoir “Beyond Libido” in which he explores various passages of his life, as well as his participation in one of the most important bands in Peru.


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