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Love at First Sight: British Crime Fiction and the Germans

Posted by Judith Vonberg | | filed under: ,

For two days at the end of January, ‘Brit Crime’ took over the Humboldt University in Berlin. It was the British Council’s annual literature seminar, bringing together contemporary British writers ...

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Peter Vermeersch (BE): Night Travellers

Posted by Peter Vermeersch | | filed under: , ,

Most of the time you don’t notice them, also not when you’re leaving on another trip, even though you damn well know they’re there. They too are on the move.

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The Favourites Are Dying Out

Posted by Rainer Moritz | | filed under: ,

It’s time to discuss the next round of prizewinners gain. Hardly has the usual flurry of excitement in the run-up to the Frankfurt Book Fair and the German Book Prize award to Frank Witzel subsided ...

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European Literature? /Europäische Literatur?

Posted by Katja Petrovic | | filed under: ,

Does European literature exist? If so, in what way is it influenced by writers whose lives and works are rooted in the diverse cultures, languages and countries? Nicole Bary, the French publisher and ...

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Literary merit and contemporary themes: Best European Fiction 2016 & Essential New European Literature, Volume I

Posted by West Camel | | filed under: ,

2016 sees a Europe in flux, with the clarity, certainty and purpose of its post-war projects being disrupted by both internal and external forces.

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Libraries Matter

Posted by Rosie Goldsmith | | filed under: ,

Saturday February 6th 2016 is National Libraries Day in the UK. Literary luminaries, from Joanna Trollope, Ali Smith and Neil Gaiman, to former poet laureate Andrew Motion, have lined up to support ...

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