Bialiatski and more: The #FreeAllWords initiative, new this year, focuses on translating the work of Ukrainian and Belarusian writers.
The new #FreeAllWords initiative is an effort by European writers and translators to publish Ukrainian and Belarusian writings.
The arrests in Minsk of two Belarusian publishing professionals sends a chill through the world book business.
The nationwide German freedom of expression program involves the Börsenverein, Frankfurter Buchmesse, and some 45 partners.
As the Federation of European Publishers reaches out to Ukrainian publishers, the European Writers’ Council intensifies its appeal.
The European Writers’ Council issues its statement in Russian. Signatories join from Spain, Croatia, Ireland, Poland, Sweden, more.
The two federations in the European Union Prize consortium outline the new approach and their regret at the departure of the Writers’ Council.
The European Writers’ Council breaks with two sister organizations over a new structure for the European Union Prize for Literature
The European Writers’ Council’s study of the COVID crisis’ impact on authors brings sobering estimates to an uncertain holiday season.
Reports of the dissolution of the Union of Belarusian Writers by the Lukashenko government’s high court describe a ‘Kafkaesque’ procedure.