European Literature Night’s seventh appearance in the UK takes us on an engaging literary tour of the continent.
Travelling from the northerly reaches of Denmark, east to Poland and Slovenia, to the southern shores of Italy and then west through France to Spain. Prepare for a literary feast of compelling European poetry, fiction and short stories which explore the nature of relationships, childhood trauma, questions of morality and much more.
WITH Naja Marie Aidt (Denmark), Yasmina Khadra (France), Andrea Bajani (Italy), Wioletta Greg (Poland), Evald Flisar (Slovenia) and Jesús Carrasco (Spain), chaired by broadcaster, journalist and European literary activist Rosie Goldsmith.
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Tickets: £10 (£8 over 60s, £7 concessions) – click here to book tickets
18.30, Wednesday 13 May | Conference Centre, British Library, 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB
The evening events at the British Library will be followed by a reception in the Entrance Hall of the British Library, open to everyone who has attended The Writers event. It will include music, a glass of wine and the chance to buy books by the authors participating in the events and have them signed.