Taiwan Creative Content Agency (TAICCA) will be hosting a fellowship in Taiwan at the 2024 Taipei International Book Exhibition.

More information: https://taicca.tw/article/03245a7a


Detail of 2024 Fellowship in Taiwan:

- Where: Taipei, Taiwan
- When: February 19th 2024 to February 23rd 2024 (5 days)
- For whom: Publishers, editors, agents, translators, influencers, scouts
- What’s Covered: round-trip economy class airfare and accommodation—5 days and 4 nights, some meals


Please complete the application form online by November 19th 2023 and we will notify you of the results by December 1st 2023. (Taiwan time GMT+8) 

Application form:


For any questions, you can contact us directly at [email protected]


  • Michael Gaeb
    Michael Gaeb

    Michael Gaeb studies Comparative Literature and Philosophy in Bonnn, Toulouse, Edinburgh and Berlin. He was Curator of the International Berlin Poetry festival from 2002 – 2006 and works as an agent since 2001. In 2003 he founded his own agency. Fellow of Frankfurt- , Torino-  and Jerusalem-book-fair.

  • Anja Kretschmann
    Anja Kretschmann

    Anja Kretschmann works as a literary agent at the Liepman Agency, based in Zurich. She studied German literature in Dresden and Publishing studies in Stockholm (where she also spent several years guiding tourists from all over the world through the City Hall of Stockholm). Before joining Liepman in early 2016, she worked as PR and events manager at the Swiss-based publisher Kein & Aber, and as a publishing assistant at Freight Books in Glasgow as well as the Swedish easy-to-read publishing house Centrum för Lättläst in Stockholm.

  • Stella Nelissen
    Stella Nelissen

    Stella Nelissen is literary agent and foreign rights manager at the Marianne Schönbach Literary Agency in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. She represents a number of international publishers and agencies in Holland, Germany and Scandinavia, and handles foreign rights for various Dutch authors and publishers. Stella studied at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany and has a Master’s degree from University of Amsterdam. Before she joined the Schönbach agency, she worked for various Dutch publishing houses, among which Prometheus and Hollands Diep. She is an absolute podcast aficionado, loves to listen to audiobooks in all genres and enjoys outdoor sports.

  • Li Kangqin
    Li Kangqin

    Li Kangqin is the founder of New River Literary Ltd, a London-based literary agency representing books and authors from East Asia. She holds a Ph.D. in American literature from the University of Leicester. Before establishing New River in 2019, she worked as acquisition editor and rights manager at Shanghai 99 Readers’ Culture for four years and a half. She was also a reader of, and advisor on, Sinophone books for MacLehose Press and Granta Books from 2010 to 2018.

  • Julia Demchenko
    Julia Demchenko

    Julia Demchenko is a literary agent at the Van Lear Agency, the Russian and Ukrainian co-agent for the selected list of the US, UK, Canadian and Asian publishers and literary agencies. She is dealing with foreign rights since 2010, when she started working at Olma Media Group, before she joined the agency in 2014. Previously she worked in the international news division of TVC channel.

  • Celia Long
    Celia Long

    Celia Long is Foreign Rights Director at AJA Paris, which represents French authors around the world (as primary agent) and European, Asian and North American authors in France & Europe (as co-agent). Originally from London, she graduated from the University of Leeds with a BA in French and Italian. Prior to joining AJA, Celia worked at Penguin Random House UK and Dorling Kindersley.

  • Maria Cardona
    Maria Cardona

    Maria Cardona is a literary agent at Pontas Literary & Film Agency since 2014, with previous experience at the Schalvezon Agency and publishing houses such as Ara Llibres and Malpaso. She is interested in literary and upmarket fiction.

  • Kardelen Gen
    Kardelen Gen�

    Born in 1995, Kardelen Genc graduated from Istanbul University Faculty of Communication with a BA degree of Public Relations and Advertising. She studied Journalism in Vilnius during her exchange year. She has been working as a co-agent for foreign fiction titles at Kalem Agency for 4 years now. She also worked as a festival curator at Istanbul International Literature Festival 2020. Besides her publishing experience, she's currently writing for online literary magazines and translating fiction titles from English to Turkish.

  • Joshua Dyer
    Joshua Dyer

    Joshua Dyer is a Tainan-based freelance translator and contributing editor at Pathlight. His previous translations have appeared in Taiwan Literature English Translation SeriesSt. Petersburg ReviewLEAP: The International Art Magazine of Contemporary China, and Pathlight. He holds an MA in East Asian Studies from the University of California Santa Barbara.

  • Teresa Ptz
    Teresa P�tz

    Teresa Pütz is an editor for foreign fiction at S. Fischer Verlage in Frankfurt, Germany. She acquires literary and upmarket fiction from all around the world. Her list of authors includes Petina Gappah, Jennifer Egan, Javier Marías, C Pam Zhang, Charlotte McConaghy and many others. Prior to joining S. Fischer in 2017, Teresa started her publishing career at the PR and Events department at Penguin Random House Germany and worked as an editor at Verlagsgruppe Droemer Knaur in Munich.



  • It was a great experience, that everybody was really eager to learn and totally devoted to their job. The workshop was perfectly organized and I learned a lot from my fellows.

    Mona Lang, 2019
  • A most profound, enriching and inspiring experience and a brilliant chance for exchange across all borders which led to a deeper understanding not only of the Taiwanese bookmarket, culture and history but other markets as well.

    Tim Jung, 2018
  • It was truly an amazing experience that I will remember forever. As it was my first visit to Asia I couldn't expect it to be any better. The Workshop gave me a lot of insight into different markets and approaches to publishing, it is hard to even describe how much I have learned about the culture and the Taiwanese Book Market.

    Joanna Maciuk, 2018