10 October 2018 — 14 October 2018

As every year we will be at the largest international book trade event attending meetings and the the growing programme of events, including the programme of the Guest of Honour, […]

4 October 2018 — 7 October 2018

This year we are partnering with Sabir Fest, the festival of Mediterranean culture and citizenship, as part of our new project Literary Europe Live Plus, to highlight the contribution of […]

13 September 2018 — 17 September 2018
Festivals

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 […]

27 August 2018 — 31 August 2018
Literary events, Residencies

Poetry meets dance in our ongoing programme of creative encounters between the two countries which started almost a decade ago. This summer we continue with a collaborative residency during which […]

20 August 2018 — 26 August 2018

Our long-standing cooperation with the festival and its organisers, Inizjamed, continues this year with events associated with our project Literary Europe Live Plus. The festival is in its 13th year with […]

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 […]

12 January 2018, 16:00 - 17:00
Literary Europe Live

Opportunities to promote, publish and showcase European literatures in India have grown in recent years with an increasing number of literary events seeking to make their programmes more international and […]

31 October 2017 — 6 November 2017

Using English as a bridge language, eight multilingual poets from Europe and Southeast Asia will cross-translate one another’s work into a variety of different languages, comprising of Chinese, French, Latvian, Malay, Spanish […]

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