Profiles - New Voices from Europe

Juana Adcock

Juana Adcock (1982) is a Mexican-born Scotland-based poet and translator who works in both English and Spanish. In her first book Manca, named by the distinguished critic Sergio González Rodríguez […]

Bruno Vieira Amaral

Bruno Vieira Amaral is a writer, translator, literary critic and assistant magazine editor who was born in Portugal in 1978. Published in 2013, his debut novel As Primeiras Coisas (The Former Things) […]

Manuel Astur

Spanish fiction writer, poet, journalist and music producer selected as one of Literary Europe Live’s New Voices from Europe 2017.

Clare Azzopardi

Born in Malta in 1977, Clare Azzopardi is an award-winning writer who writes for both children and adults. Her body of work includes poems, plays, short stories for adults, picture books for […]

Asja Bakić

Bosnian writer, poet and co-editor of a feminist webzine, selected as one of Literary Europe Live’s New Voices from Europe 2017.

Charlotte Van den Broeck

Flemish poet, live performer and columnist selected as one of Literary Europe Live’s New Voices from Europe 2017.

Rumena Bužarovska

Rumena Bužarovska is the author of three short story collections – Čkrtki (Scribbles, Ili-ili, 2007), Osmica (Wisdom Tooth, Blesok, 2010) and Mojot maž (My Husband, Blesok, 2014; Ili-ili, 2015). She is a […]

Sophie Divry

French novelist, journalist and social activist selected as one of Literary Europe Live’s New Voices from Europe 2017.

Andrei Dósa

Romanian poet and translator selected as one of Literary Europe Live’s New Voices from Europe 2017.

Erika Fatland

Born in Norway in 1983, Erika Fatland is a social anthropologist who made her  debut as an author in 2009 with the children’s book Foreldrekrigen (Parenting War). Her first non-fiction title […]

Albert Forns

Born in Granollers in 1982, Albert Forns is a journalist and award-winning Catalan writer. He works for the magazine Time Out Barcelona, the newspaper ARA and the cultural center CCCB. As a […]

Anja Golob

  Anja Golob (1976) has so far published four books of poetry, three in Slovene, one in German translation: V roki (Litera, Maribor, 2010), Vesa v zgibi (Mladinska knjiga, Ljubljana, […]

Steinunn G. Helgadóttir

Icelandic visual artist turned poet and novelist selected as one of Literary Europe Live’s New Voices from Europe 2017.

Arpád Kollár

Árpád Kollár from Serbia is a poet who works in Hungary and who was selected as one of Literary Europe Live’s Ten New Voices from Europe in April 2016.

Ciwanmerd Kulek

find out more about Ciwarnmerd Kuleis – a novelist, poet and translator who writes in Kurdish and who was selected as one of Literary Europe Live’s Ten New Voices from Europe in April 2016.

Llŷr Gwyn Lewis

Welsh-language prose writer and poet selected as one of Literary Europe Live’s New Voices from Europe 2017.

Bronka Nowicka

Polish poet, scriptwriter and film director selected as one of Literary Europe Live’s New Voices from Europe 2017.

Zoran Pilić

Zoran Pilić – a novelist and short story writer from Croatia who was selected as one of Literary Europe Live’s Ten New Voices from Europe.

Nathalie Ronvaux

Playwright and poet from Luxembourg writing in French, selected as one of Literary Europe Live’s New Voices from Europe 2017.

Arvis Viguls

Latvian poet, literary critic and translator selected as one of ten Literary Europe Live’s New Voices from Europe 2017.

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