Appledore’s drive-in Book Festival kicks off tomorrow, you can expect a live one-woman play performed over the phone at Ilkley Literature Festival, Lahore weighs in on remaining resilient in the face of the pandemic, bloodthirsty unicorns are on the horizon, and more.
GAOLF
18.09.20 05:44 PM - Comment(s)
Berlin International Literature Festival in full swing, Hilary Mantel event at Budleigh Salterton hoping to go ahead next week, packed programme for Durham’s digital Book Festival, trailers released for Dune and Rebecca, and much more!
GAOLF
11.09.20 01:30 PM - Comment(s)
Chiswick Book Festival gets ready for its 10-14 September virtual festival, Portugal’s Words of Fire themed Literary Festival is scheduled for 15-18 October, Cheltenham launches its 160 event lineup, and more
GAOLF
04.09.20 01:25 PM - Comment(s)
Aké Arts and Book Festival announces its ‘African Time’ themed digital lineup, Read My World Amsterdam hosts physical festival with four distinct programme packages to accommodate COVID-19 precautions, the first person to become a cyborg will write a memoir, and more
GAOLF
27.08.20 11:39 PM - Comment(s)
We welcomed the Yayavar Literary Festival in India to the Association this week which makes us 74 members strong! This week we discovered messy first drafts of classic novels, a James Bond stunt driver writing a book, writers virtually in residence, the auction of some ‘monstrous’ artwork, and more.
GAOLF
20.08.20 09:15 PM - Comment(s)
We welcomed Festival Québec en toutes lettres, Borris House Festival of Writing and Ideas (Ireland), Brisbane Writers Festival, and Newcastle Writers Festival (Australia) to the Association most recently which makes us 73 members strong! Plus the Hay Festival Querétaro announcement, and more.
GAOLF
13.08.20 05:37 PM - Comment(s)
Elif Shafak launches How to Stay Sane in an Age of Division at Cambridge Literary Festival this month, Penguin Live kicks off with Zadie Smith and Intimations this evening, Graham Norton joins Dublin Book Festival lineup and more.
ELF
09.08.20 05:20 PM - Comment(s)
JLF Brave New World turns 100, Man Booker 2020 longlist announced, classic audiobooks dusted off for digitization, an open marquee for Wimbledon BookFest, the world’s lowest-budget film festival one of 12 creative events planned for Margate Bookie, and more.
GAOLF
29.07.20 05:32 PM - Comment(s)
Bromance book clubs, Captain Sir Tom Moore cover reveal, Good Housekeeping’s online literary festival this weekend, how toilet roll can help sell books and much more in the literary news this week.
GAOLF
23.07.20 10:56 PM - Comment(s)
The UK’s first drive-in book festival, digital and physical presence announced for Emirates LitFest, Tyson Fury autobiography wins Sports Book of the Year, trailer for much anticipated Vikram Seth adaptation is released, and more.
GAOLF
19.07.20 06:59 PM - Comment(s)
The first Arab space mission to Mars is ready for launch, the Liverpool Arab Arts Festival kicks off, crime fiction sales soar, The Great Gatsby gets a prequel, and much more…
GAOLF
10.07.20 02:46 PM - Comment(s)
From Eccleston and Sissay in conversation, to Cressida Cowell’s Summer Camp and lighthearted events like ‘The Worst Book Event of My Life’, variety really is the spice of virtual literary life in July. Plus warring ice-cream trucks, new poetry from Ben Okri, the best-dressed in fiction and more…
GAOLF
02.07.20 05:37 PM - Comment(s)
From Nottingham to Decatur, Turkey and beyond, the literature festival community shows no signs of slowing down with digital events, Waterstones wants us to judge books by their blurbs, and the world mourns the loss of bestselling author Carlos Ruiz Zafón.
GAOLF
25.06.20 12:25 PM - Comment(s)
After being unable to host its March festival, Istanbul International Literature Festival staged a digital event this week on its original theme of ‘sunflower literature’ - from 15 June until 19 June - events fittingly end with David Nicholls discussing Sweet Sorrow.
GAOLF
19.06.20 05:17 AM - Comment(s)
We hosted our first live Association webinar, the world celebrated James Joyce, Ishiguro announced a new novel and Istanbul’s digital edition of its International Literature Festival will part with audiences, quite fittingly, with David Nicholls’ Sweet Sorrow.
GAOLF
19.06.20 04:02 AM - Comment(s)