Tbilisi, UNESCO’s World Book Capital, has mounted a show themed on Georgia’s censorious past–and the present dangers of self-censorship.
The fourth outing of the award produced by the Desperate Literature bookshop in Madrid features work centered on colonial oppression.
With a full schedule of in-person events and activities, the 2021 Tbilisi International Book Festival in Georgia takes place this week, and attendee registration is now open.
Constrained by the pandemic, a small but spirited weekend opens the 2021 UNESCO World Book Capital program in Tbilisi.
The violent state arrest of the Georgian opposition leader Nika Melia prompts a message of alarm to the publishing community from Tbilisi.
This digital literary festival’s February 25 to 28 dates reflect Georgia’s annexation by and independence from the Soviet Union.
More than 250 donor-attendees logged in to the digital edition of the Words Without Borders Gala in support of literature in translation.
Georgia’s book fair surveyed the impact of the pandemic and issued a statement of support for Belarusian writers and publishers.
Predicting a loss of US$3.8 million by the end of this month, the Georgian Publishers and Booksellers Association issues a list of nine urgent requests.
On April 23, the Georgian Publishers and Booksellers Association expects to stream a busy World Book and Copyright Day program online.