Our Members

Any literary event, no matter what their size or location can is welcome to join. Membership is free

Festivals in Association

Literary festivals can share best practice, discuss challenges, adopt new ideas and explore partnership working.

Accra International Book Festival
Ashiye off Dodowa Road, Accra, Box DC 878, Dansoman - Accra, Ghana

The Accra International Book Festival is Africa's biggest public gathering of local and international creatives held in #Accra, Ghana.

Africa Writes
The British Library

Launched in 2012, Africa Writes is now the UK’s biggest platform celebrating contemporary African writing, with festivals in London and Bristol. Showcasing both established and emerging literary talent, our festivals’ programme feature panel discussions, book launches, performances, workshops and masterclasses, an international book fair and the Africa Writes Young Voices showcase event. Past headline speakers…

African Book Festival
Alte Münze, Molkenmarkt 2, 10179 Berlin

The African Book Festival Berlin gathers the most famous, most influential, award-winning writers and artists from the African continent and its diaspora.

Akada Children's Book Festival
Lagos, Nigeria

The Akada Children’s Book Festival (ACBF) is a showcase of literary work created for a diverse audience of children. It takes place…

AKE Arts & Book Festival

Now in its 7th year, Ake Arts and Book Festival has brought over 400 artists, writers, poets, musicians, dancers and thinkers together…

Asian Festival of Children's Content
90 Goodman Road, Goodman Arts Centre, Blk E #03-32, Singapore

The Asian Festival of Children’s Content (AFCC), organised by the Singapore Book Council, is theleading festival in Asia focusing on children’s books…

At the First Step, International Literary Festival
NICOSIA 1070, Cyprus

Ideogramma is an encounter of writers and poets, from all over the world, who came together for four days of literature

Auckland Writers Festival
Level 9, Wellesley Centre, 44-52 Wellesley Street, New Zealand

New Zealand's premier festival of books and writing, delivering a six-day, 200 event programme annually in May

Authors' Reading Month
Větrné mlýny, Dominikánská 9, 60200 Brno, Czech Republic

Authors’ Reading Month (ARM), the largest literary festival in Central Europe. It was first held in Brno in the year 2000.