The long-running NPR Latin American storytelling program ‘Radio Ambulante’ will go with the Hay Festival to Latin America this year.
Paris’ Maghreb Orient des Livres, which celebrates literature from the Middle East and North Africa, focused this year on the six-year Algerian War and independence from France.
As its 35th season approaches, Hay Festival gets its second chief executive. Julie Finch is scheduled to join the team in August.
The scholarly publishing company Springer Nature presents several events in environmentally relevant work at Hay.
Back with an in-person lineup—and without Peter Florence—the 35th iteration of the venerable public-facing festival has tickets on sale now.
In its inaugural staging, the Salon du Livre Africain de Paris invited more than 150 authors and presented 30 French and African publishers.
The Reykjavík International Literary Festival is a biennial player in publishing focused on an immersive exchange of ideas and commentary.
Using close to 100 exhibitor tents, the Warsaw Book Fair moves outdoors this month to make its return in an open-air setting.
With a focus on ‘New Intimacy’ during the ongoing pandemic, Ukraine’s International Book Space Festival in Dnipro runs September 3 to 5.
The third staging of the Desiblitz Literature Festival in Birmingham will feature both published authors and workshop programming.