14 January 2017 — 6 February 2017
Festivals, Literary Europe Live

As part of the project Literary Europe Live, twelve European writers will meet Indian audiences at six literary festivals of the winter season.

16 November 2016, 8:30pm
Delhi, India
Literary Europe Live

Join European and Indian poets as they take you on a ride around the world in 6 languages.

15 November 2016, 6pm
Delhi, India
Literary Europe Live

European and Indian poets come together in New Delhi to debate on the poetics and politics of translation.

8 January 2016 — 23 January 2016
Literary events

India’s winter literary season starts this weekend with an incredible array of events. We will be attending some of the most illustrious of these to present Literary Europe Live and to speak […]

29 January 2015 — 2 February 2015
India, Kolkata

As part of an ongoing effort to connect the literatures of Wales, India and Nepal, a second translation workshop series is taking place from the 29th of January to the 2nd of February 2015. This time in India

26 January 2015 — 2 February 2015
Literary events

A collection of books from Wales will be launched in India in early 2015. Two Welsh-language authors – Siân Melangell Dafydd and Ned Thomas will be in the country to […]

28 January 2015, 7:45pm
Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata
Literary events

Following Poland’s guest of honour presence at the New Delhi World Book Fair in 2014, the focus on Polish books and literature in India continues in 2015. A new issue of […]

19 January 2015 — 30 January 2015
Delhi, Hyderabad, India
Translation Workshop

Poetry Connections 2015 brings together poets from Europe and India to translate each other’s work and tour a multimedia multilingual performance to Hyderabad, Bangalore and Delhi.

17 January 2014 — 5 February 2014
Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai
Networking events

As part of our ongoing efforts to increase the flow of diverse literary cultures between Europe and South Asia, Literature Across Frontiers director Alexandra Büchler will be in India this month. […]

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