Information: LitAg 2020
Frankfurter Buchmesse 2020 will be a special edition due to the corona pandemic. The Literary Agents & Scouts Centre (LitAg) has been moved to Hall 6.1 for this year only. It will be open from Wednesday, 16 October 2020, to Sunday, 20 October 2020.
In addition to literary agents and scouts, subsidiary rights departments at publishing houses are also able to book a table in the Literary Agents & Scouts Centre for the 2020 Frankfurter Buchmesse.
We will communicate your table numbers by mid-July the latest and will have more information about our virtual offerings at the end of June.
Our LitAg hygiene concept: aisle width and minimum distance
Layout under "normal" conditions
Layout in accordance with the hygiene concept. Minimum aisle width = 3 m
LitAg table layout under "normal" conditions
LitAg table layout in accordance with the hygiene concept
Your advantages at a glance
- Separate area with access control
- The largest rights centre for agents and scouts in the world
- Agents and scouts from all over the world
- Your personal desk, complete with full office infrastructure
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any requests or questions concerning LitAg table bookings.
Productive meetings in a professional atmosphere
Frankfurter Buchmesse keeps considering our needs and improving its professional services. It is a great pleasure and a support to foreign publishing guests.
Read why your colleagues recommend the Literary Agents & Scouts Centre (LitAg):
After the establishment of my agency in 1994, Frankfurter Buchmesse and, above all, the LitAg played an important role in establishing a network for the distribution of the work of Paulo Coelho, today one of the most important and successful authors worldwide.
Frankfurter Buchmesse is not only the world's largest book fair, but also the most important. Especially when it comes to selling rights. Although many deals are closed before Frankfurter Buchmesse, it is still the decisive meeting place for the international publishing world.
In a nutshell: