International Poetry Spring festival is to be held from 26th July to 9th August 2020 for the 56th time in Vilnius and other localities in Lithuania. The Poetry Spring festival, held each year since 1965, is the largest annual literary event in Lithuania with more than hundred events, which is organized by the Lithuanian Writers’ Union as well as the Writers’ Club.
This event sees the launch of Guildford poet Susie Campbell's new chapbook of poems and photographs, 'I return to you', inspired by a Christmas visit to the Guildford Spike. In addition, this night will be a celebration of chapbook poetry, featuring three other local poets whose chapbooks have been published by Sampson Low Ltd. Lucy Furlong, Astra Papachristodoulou and Julia Rose Lewis are exciting, acclaimed poets who live in or near Guildford.
With the poet: Özlem Özgül Dündar (Germany) Music by: Rowan Coupland (England)
Hosted by: Marie Kaiser | Guest of Honour: Jochen Kuhn
We are celebrating the opening of this year’s ZEBRA Poetry Film Festival in Berlin together with guests, film makers and poets. We present a film preview of the highlights and programme focuses. Guest of honour will be Jochen Kuhn, artist and film maker. Poet Özlem Özgül Dündar is reading. As part of the focus on the United Kingdom, the British musician Rowan Coupland is playing.
The first event of the series Wissen der Dichtung part II is set in the future, between poetry and science. Two poets whose works oscillate between science and science fiction meet.
In his poems, Oswald Egger (born in 1963 in Tscherms, South Tyrol) is roaming through nature dispersing in a biological-fantastic taxonomy or doing basic research on the correlation between poetry and mathematics. Aase Berg's (born in 1967) poetry combines science fiction, dystopia, horror and trash with physical laws of the creation of earth.
Aase Berg and Oswald Egger will be reading poems and talking about the future of poetry – that might as well be the future of science – with Asmus Trautsch.
Poetry has always been the predominant genre of Sami literature. On this evening, three poets from Sweden, Norway and Finland will read their texts and talk about Sami poetry: Johan Sandberg McGuinne, Sigbjørn Skåden and Inger-Mari Aikio.
Join us for Where Light Falls, a spectacular installation of light, history and poetry.
Four European authors – Selja Ahava (Finland), Harkaitz Cano (Basque Country, Spain) Inga Gaile (Latvia) and Caryl Lewis (Wales, United Kingdom) – will tour South East Asia in early November to meet audiences and fellow authors from the region. They will appear at the Singapore Writers Festival, and take part in the Asia Pacific Writers and Translators (APWT) Conference programme in Macau and in a reading organised by Cha: An Asian Literary Journal and its editor Tammy Lai-Ming Ho, a poet, academic and President of PEN Hong Kong.
A hugely successful debut festival, celebrating the most innovative and dynamic contemporary Nordic poets in the UK, with events in London, Norwich, York and Kingston-upon-Thames alongside an exhibition and anthology.
Taking place in New York every autumn, Brooklyn Book Festival is free to the public, with tickets to events allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. The festival includes a children's day and Bookend Events, which take place across the city.