In 1975, Peter Weidhaas was elected as the Director of The Frankfurt Book Fair. It was a surprise choice. Little did he know that he would preside over revolutionary changes in one of the most important cultural expositions in the world. But first he had to answer the question of his own identity. Born in 1938, Weidhaas was forced to confront the horrors of his German past, to live and learn through the tumultuous events on 1968, and finally to find his own place among the leading lights of the literary world. He held the reins at the Frankfurt Book Fair during every major cultural shift of the last quarter of the 20th century: from the explosion of world literature to the collapse of Communism, from the advent of globalization to the triumph of information technology. Through it all, Peter Weidhaas has proven himself to be one of the world s most sensitive bibliophiles and an astute pupil of cultural history. "See You In Frankfurt!" is the story of how the Frankfurt Book Fair found its soul.