Numerous Algerian writers will take part on 7 and 8 February in the 21st Literary Fair "Maghreb books" in Paris, along with more than 120 participants from the Maghreb and Europe, the organizers said.
The annual literary event "Maghreb books" welcomes writers, editors, but also visual artists and cartoonists.
Kamel Daoud, Salim Bachi, Yahia Belaskri, Amin Zaoui, Habib Ayyoub, Abdelkader Belarbi, Habib Tangour, Sarah Haider, Maïssa Bey, Abdelkader
Djemaï and Samir Toumi are among the Algerian invited to the fair.
Algerian publishing houses like Barzakh, Tira, Dar Khettabn El Ibriz, APIC, Dalimen, Media-Plus, Chihab, Casbah will be present at the 21st "Maghreb of books."
Literary meetings and tributes to Ferhat Abbas, novelist Rachid Mimouni, former Tunisian President Lahbib Bourguiba, Moroccan opponent Mehdi Benbarka murdered in France in the 1960s, and Franco-Tunisian philosopher Abdelwahab Meddab, died recently, are also planned.
As every year, the "Maghreb books" which celebrates this year the Tunisian Letters will devote a large library with over a thousand books of novels, poetry and comics published in 2014 in Arabic, French or Tamazight in the Maghreb countries, France, Belgium or Canada.