Set to culminate on the United Nations’ Arabic Language Day, Abu Dhabi’s new Arabian Days festival runs December 15 to 18.
The 18-year-old festival in France kicks open its events this weekend, with some programming set to run for a month during ‘Comic Season.’
London’s International Excellence Awards extend their nomination dates, and Hay’s season opens with its Colombian festival dates.
Set for June 12 and 13 in a fully physical format, the 17th Lyons BD Festival has an especially strong internationalist program planned.
Cambodian and Puerto Rican writers are gathered at MEET in Brittany, France to discuss memory and truth in literature.
By Olivia Snaije Le MOTif, the Paris regional government’s book and writing “observatory” is launching a French Fellowship program in conjunction with the Salon du Livre, which opens today. The Paris book fair will run for four, rather than six days, has extended its opening hours and reduced stand prices by 17%. Publishing companies such as Hachette Livre, which had …
By Edward Nawotka There are certain authors who seem to pop up on nearly every literary festival roster — we’re looking at you Alexander McCall Smith — and it always amazes me how such writers get their work done while spending so much time on the road. Then again, at least in the case of McCall Smith, one wonders how …