The Charles Wallace India Trust offers opportunities to writers, translators and scholars from India to spend time in the UK working on a project of their choice. The fellowship launched […]
Mohini Gupta spent three months in Aberystwyth as the Charles Wallace India Trust-Literature Across Frontiers Fellow in 2017. Summer temperatures don’t go up to 50 degrees Celsius here But the sunsets […]
Applications are now open for our 2018 CWIT Fellowship for emerging literary translators and creative writers from India, based in Aberystwyth and jointly managed by Literature Across Frontiers and University of […]
How does a word begin? How does movement begin? How do they combine into a form that has its roots in tradition yet lends itself to endless innovation? Poets Eurig […]
We return to India to cooperate with Sahitya Pravarthaka Saharkarana Sangham (SPCS) and the inaugural Krithi International Festival of Books and Authors with a poetry encounter between poets from Europe […]
Ten poets from India and Wales are taking part in an exchange organized by Literature Across Frontiers and partners to mark the 70thanniversary of independent India. The collaborative project has […]
Bidisha spoke to Aleksandar Bećanović, the Montenegrin winner of the European Union Prize for Literature 2017.
Bidisha spoke to Halldóra K. Thoroddsen, the Icelandic winner of the European Union Prize for Literature 2017 .
UK journalist and broadcaster Bidisha talked to Darko Tuševljaković, the Serbian winner of the European Union Prize for Literature 2017.
UK journalist and broadcaster Bidisha spoke to Sine Ergün, the Turkish winner of the European Union Prize for Literature 2017.