Who we are
Literature Across Frontiers is a European platform for literary exchange based in Aberystwyth, Wales, United Kingdom. We work alongside our sister organisation Wales Literature Exchange, nationally and internationally across Europe and beyond. We maintain ongoing partnerships with a number of national organisations, as well as cultural and literary NGOs and companies, and work in collaboration with other platforms and networks. Our work with focus on Wales is carried out in synergy with our sister organisation Wales Literature Exchange, the national agency for promotion of international literary exchange with Wales.
Literature Across Frontiers was established in 2001 with support from the Culture Programme of the European Union, and its development was supported with subsequent grants from the same programme and form the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union, as well as from other sources, such as Arts Council England and the Arts Council of Wales. Our project Literary Europe Live was established in 2015 with co-funding form the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
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In Europe, Literature Across Frontiers is a member of Culture Action Europe, the political platform for arts and culture, and support its We are more campaign, as well as the Civil Society Platform on Multilingualism, established by the European Commission, and its offshoot poliglotti4.eu.
In the Euro-Med region, we are members of the UK network of the Anna Lindh Foundation Euro-Mediterranean for the Dialogue Between Cultures, and have worked with the ALF on several projects.