Ljubljana International Literary Residency

Ljubljana, a UNESCO City of Literature since 2015, offers two one-month residencies for writers at the newly restored Švicarija/Swisshouse Creative Centre, which is part of the International Centre of Graphic Arts. When September and November, 2018 (one month per residency/applicant). Who The residency is aimed at foreign published writers with a palpable, factual relation with
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Poets from the UK, Slovenia and Romania at Granada World Poetry Day

Georgina Wilding Georgina is a poet born and bred in Notthingham. She grew up in a working-class family with Irish Catholic roots. She has a first class degree in Creative and Professional Writing from the University of Nottingham, and began her career in poetry working within the spoken word collective, Mouthy Poets. Her current work in poetry has a focus on
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2018-03-17 To mark this year’s World Poetry Day, UNESCO Cities of Literature are linking up to hold simultaneous literary events in 13 Cities of Literature: Granada, Dublin, Edinburgh, Krakow, Barcelona, Heidelberg, Iowa City, Notthingham, Praga, Óbidos, Tartu, Baghdad and Rejkjavik. The cities will also connect their respective celebrations with each other through social networks and a
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Cultural Agenda

Here you can see information about cultural life in Granada: Agenda de Granada – Guía Kul Música en Granada Hey Ho, Let’s Go – Granada City of Rock Music Guía Click – Arte y cultura Agenda Cultural del Ayuntamiento de Granada Agenda de cultura, ocio y eventos de Granada – Guía Cool Agenda de actividades
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Granada goes to Reykjavík

Granada UNESCO City of Literature and Reykjavík UNESCO City of Literature are jointly hosting two events at Reykjavík in November 2017 with writers, translators and book-store owners from both cities. On Wednesday, November 1 at 5 pm, poet José Miguel Gómez Acosta (Almería, 1975) and Elías Knörr (aka Elias Portela) will introduce José Miguel’s book El Gran
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Featured Bookshops in Granada

Lovers etch their sweetheart´s name on the ground better in Granada than anywhere else in the world

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In early 2015 we invited writers, playwrights, artists, musicians, booksellers, publishers, teachers, journalists, translators, printers, cultural managers, members of literature associations and foundations and personalities from the arts world to take part in a documentary on Granada’s recent appointment as a City of Literature within the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN). Sponsored by EEA Grants
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