ELNet Director Rosie Goldsmith and I are thrilled to present ELNet’s first month-long exploration of the best German literature, in this case, from three countries – Germany, Austria and Switzerland...
Staged in London each year as part of more than 40 simultaneous events across European capitals, European Literature Night returns with an expanded programme under the rebranded European Literature Festival.
All that Publishing! How the business of books is expanding, converging and fragmenting – all at the same time.
At the moment, the book business is plagued by uncertainties. Informed orientation and solid fundamental information are the key to successfully managing the transformation of the publishing industry. Strategic correlations and their condensation into everyday publishing practice will be broached at the Publishers’ Forum 2016.
The thirteenth edition of the Literatures of the World – Fabula 2016 Festival beckons you to visit the City of Literature, as Ljubljana can proudly be called from this year onward (we have become part of the UNESCO Creative City Network), between February 27 and March 7, 2016; this year’s edition of the festival, with the Focus theme The Newcomers, trains the spotlight on the current issue of refugees and presents a variety of their stories, from the completely fictional to those written by life itself.
The Enemies Project Spring Programme 2016 includes Icelandic, Argentinian and Georgian Enemies projects, Camarade events in Essex and St.Andrews, the return of Kakania in London and Berlin, a collaborative exhibition in Newport, a collaborative event involving five Universities and a one day festival celebrating English PEN and their writers-at-risk project.