Politics "It takes money" to revive the book sector, urges Yann Queffélec

22:57  23 may  2020
22:57  23 may  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

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Alors qu'Emmanuel Macron a annoncé, début mai, une série de mesures visant à soutenir la culture, le secteur de l'édition, durement touché par la crise liée au Covid-19 s'estime lésé. Plus de 600 acteurs du secteur ont signé une tribune publiée samedi, réclamant un plan de relance ambitieux pour la littérature. Parmi les signataires, l'auteur Yann Queffélec a réagi au micro d'Europe 1. © SEBASTIEN BOZON / AFP While Emmanuel Macron announced, in early May, a series of measures to support culture, the sector publishing, hard hit by the Covid-19 crisis feels aggrieved. More than 600 players in the sector signed a forum published on Saturday, demanding an ambitious stimulus plan for literature. Among the signatories, the author Yann Queffélec reacted to the microphone of Europe 1.

The publishing sector calls for help. In , a column published in Le Monde , 625 publishers, authors and booksellers ask President Emmanuel Macron to act to save the industry, very hard hit by the health crisis linked to coronavirus . Yann Queffélec, author and Prix Goncourt 1985 interviewed by Europe 1, is one of those who are calling for an ambitious recovery plan with aid of several hundred million euros.

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"Literature, passed over in silence"

"There are people who discovered the book , and the good book, thanks to the containment ", says Yann Queffelec. "So it is astonishing that, in its plan to revive culture, literature has been passed over in silence", he deplores, referring to the measures announced by Emmanuel Macron to revive the culture sector. "Literature is any professional universe which is in the service of the book and which is broken down by the behavior of the State, currently."

Indeed, after a scathing tribune signed by a collective of artists, including Catherine Deneuve, Omar Sy, or even Jean Dujardin, the head of state had invited, in early May, a dozen of them to a videoconference, before announcing measures for culture, and thus to repair this oversight . Compensation fund for the cinema and series, extension of the unemployment rights of the intermittent of the spectacle ... Emmanuel Macron announced a whole battery of measures, but nothing concerning the book trades.

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Recover the country economically, but also culturally

"We need money! We must support the library , publishers, writers, media libraries, libraries", enumerates the author of The Barbarian Weddings. "We must support the culture of this country, support the very idea that we have of the French people through its literature," he continues. "It is not enough to straighten the country economically, it must also straighten it on a cultural level, in terms of its dignity through culture, because literature is also the joy of living which is essential for to come up".

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