New Voices at Station Literature 21


16 September 2016 — 18 September 2016
Festivals, Literary Europe Live

Literary Europe Live programme continues with Station Literature 21, a festival and forum focused on emerging writers.

The event takes place in the Silesian town Stronie Śląskie, on the border of Poland and Czech Republic, at a train station turned arts centre. Organised by Biuro Literackie, the event will present New Voices from Europe, ten of the most interesting emerging European authors, as well as the first selection of New Voices from Poland.

The question of how to best support emerging literary talent will be discussed by literary organisers, publishers, critics, authors and translators in the European Literary Forum part of the programme, and a series of workshops will offer the next generation of Polish writers useful skills and know-how to prepare them for a literary career.

Details about the programme can be found on Biuro’s website in Polish and English.


The programme is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union and supported by:

– Fondation Jan Michalski pour l’écriture et la littérature

– Town and Commune of Stronie Śląskie