Three internationally famous authors and their publishers discussed their relations at the second edition of the “Dialogues Author-Publisher” organised at the European Parliament on 19 September under the auspices of Marielle Gallo, MEP and writer.
A balanced copyright legislation is essential to preserve a diverse and high quality European literature, said three internationally famous authors and their publishers at the second edition of the “Dialogues Author-Publisher” organised at the European Parliament on 19 September under the auspices of Marielle Gallo, MEP and writer.
Introduced by MEP Gallo and two other MEPs - Luigi Berlinguer and Cecilia Wikström -, Italian author Donato Carrisi and his publisher Stefano Mauri (Mauri Spagnol), Swedish crime-writer Åsa Larsson and Eva Bonnier, her publisher (Albert Bonniers Förlag) and Jean Dufaux, Belgian comic book writer with his publisher François Pernot (Dargaud-Lombard) talked about their common experiences.
From the left: Eva Bonnier, Åsa Larsson, Luigi Berlinguer, MEP, Marielle Gallo, MEP, Jacques Toubon, Cecilia Wikström, MEP
From the left: François Pernot, Jean Dufaux, Donato Carrisi, Stefano Mauri, Eva Bonnier, Åsa Larsson
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