A book of condolence for Ion Trewin will be opened at London Book Fair.
Trewin, who was literary director of the Booker Prize Foundation, died last week aged 71 months after being diagnosed with untreatable cancer.
Visitors to London Book Fair will be able to sign a book of condolence at the reception desk of the Orion/Hachette stand, number 6 C50, from Tuesday 14th April to Thursday 16th April.
The book will then go on to Trewin’s club, The Garrick, for a number of weeks before being passed on to his family.
Trewin leaves his wife Sue, son Simon, who is head of the London literary department at agency WME, daughter Maria, and four grandchildren.