Marathon des mots
Jun 28 22
On 28 June, Jan Carson participated in several events in Toulouse as part of the 'Marathon des mots' literary festival. She gave interviews and readings of her EUPL-awarded book ‘The Fire Starters’ (
Oddný Eir Ævarsdóttir at the Book World Prague Festival
Jun 09 22
A ‘Literary marathon’ took place on 9 June, during the Book World Prague Festival.
Detail of the official banner of the Madrid Book Fair
Jun 01 22
EUPL Spanish laureates Raquel Martínez-Gómez (2010), Jesús Carrasco (2016), and the 2022 special mention Jacobo Bergareche participated in a panel discussion during this year's Madrid Book Fair, discussing their new novels.
irene
Apr 07 22
Get to know EUPL 2020 Spanish laureate Irene Solà, as she presents the English translation of the EUPL-winning novel at the London Book Fair Where: Author HQ When: Thursday, 7 April, 11:45 - 12:30
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Apr 05 22
Introducing Walid Nabhan, award-winning Maltese poet, novelist, and literary translator, who will take part in two panels at the London Book Fair 2022. Where: Poet’s Corner When: Tuesday, 5 April, 11:00 - 12:00
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Apr 04 22
Please join us in celebrating the British launch of the novels W by Igor Štiks and August, After Midnight by Luka Bekavac, both translated by Ellen Elias-Bursać. When: Monday, 4 April 2022, from 7 pm BST Where: Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL
Feb 27 21
From 19 to 28 February, six EUPL laureates will participate in the 2021 Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF).
Sep 22 20
Our next book club discussion will revolve around short stories, where we will dive into the world’s created by our authors and explore themes that bring various stories together. Our next chat will be hosted on 23 September from 7pm CEST onwards. 
Sep 17 20
The Ukrainian BookForum of Lviv is moving online from 16 to 20 September. Over these 5 days, the event will feature 5 of our EUPL laureates across various digital talks: Haska Syyan (Ukraine, 2019), Jan Carson (Ireland, 2019), Lana Bastašić (Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2020), Maša Kolanović (Croatia, 2020), and Marta Dzido (Poland, 2019).