24 June 2021, 09:00 GMT 16:00 WIT

SILENCE 2020 is a collaboration between the Makassar International Writers’ Festival (Indonesia) and Literature Across Frontiers (Wales) that explores the experiences of D/deaf communities during the Covid-19 pandemic through the […]

13 September 2018 — 17 September 2018

The Palestinian-Icelandic author Mazen Maarouf will appear in the Polish festival Station Literature 23, organised by Biuro Literackie, and in an evening at Cafe Kampus in Prague co-organised by Poetry […]

3 February 2018 — 10 March 2018
Festivals, Translation Workshop

We are pleased 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 and […]

12 January 2018 — 31 January 2018
Festivals, Literary events

Ten poets from India and Wales have been brought together in an exchange organized by Literature Across Frontiers and partners to mark the 70th anniversary of independent India. During a […]

8 September 2017 — 9 September 2017
Festivals, Literary Europe Live

The Polish festival takes place from 8 to 9 September in Stronie Śląskie and Sienna, with a special emphasis on links between poetry and music.

1 September 2017 — 3 September 2017
Festivals, Literary Europe Live

Oslo PoesiFilm, the festival for digital and visual poetry, features more than 30 poets, including our New Voices from Europe…

24 August 2017 — 26 August 2017
Festivals, Literary Europe Live

This year’s festival is featuring two New Voices from Europe 2017: the Bosnian writer Asja Bakić and Latvian poet Arvis Viguls.

28 May 2017 — 2 June 2017
Festivals, Literary Europe Live

The Croatian Festival is featuring Asja Bakić and Bronka Nowicka, two of Literary Europe Live’s New Voices from Europe.

31 May 2017, 7pm
Festivals, Literary Europe Live

At the Hay Festival, the India-Wales project will celebrate a literary “Mela” with Welsh poets Nia Davies and Sian Melangell Dafydd, Kannada poet Mamta Sagar and Keralan poet Anita Thampi.

Load more