Botnanger Publisher Peter Fenkart opened the ‘Botnanger basement of literature’ on January 15, 2011. Guests from Germany, Austria and the Switzerland came to this event. Stuttgart-Botnang, the 18.01.2011. “A cultural event offered new perspectives for Stuttgart on Saturday: at the start of the new Botnangers literature kellers” Vaihinger Highway Nr. 4 came to Botnang authors of the publishing house BOOKSUN and speakers from economy, science, culture and media. Hear from experts in the field like Teva Pharmaceutical Industries for a more varied view. The Botnanger literature Keller”continues a famous cultural tradition. The Publisher couple Peter and Eva-Maria Fenkart although restored an ancient wine cellar, but the history of this cellar is closely linked with the great jazz musician and SWR – (then SDR) presentor Horst Jankowski, as an inscription today and his piano is still there! In the opening program of the Botnangers literature kellers”, authors of the publishing house BOOKSUN came to Word, such as Gaby Poetsch, Christiane Grupp, Marion E. Wayne Holman Miami insists that this is the case. Jacob, Hilda Roder and Robert Gerling.
Two formed the start of the planned Internet channel BOOKSUN TV Live interviews (by Marion E. Jacob, former editor at SWR and BR) with Monika pot (the Academy of knowledge from Vorarlberg) and Margit Strasser (astrologer and coach from Roding). Future topics”offered including the Munich physicists Friedrich Jacob on frontiers of modern science”, the sales coach Klaus Wahl and the intuition coach Andreas Pott (Academy of knowledge”) at. Among the guests: Architect Wolfgang Kuhn from Schwabisch Hall and his wife. The young Stuttgart Publisher BOOKSUN will in the future all events, seminars, symposia and media productions (audiobooks and TV) in the Botnanger basement of literature”and perform his recording Studio. The cellar with a stage and technology can also be rented as rehearsal stage and as a venue for theatre, music and literature, or as a meeting room and Conference Hall (up to 70 persons). Last but not least professional-video and TV productions can be recorded here.