New Literature from Europe Festival 2018

It’s that time of year again: the New Literature from Europe Festival is coming to New York November 27 – 29 for three days of readings and conversations with European authors (and in some cases their translators). This year’s theme couldn’t be more timely: Globalization, Migration & Modern Challenges. Authors this year include Bruno Vieira Amaral (Portugal), Theodora Bauer (Austria), Brit Bildøen (Norway), Jacek Dehnel (Poland), Adrian Grima (Malta), Gabija Grušaitė (Lithuania), Esther Kinsky (Germany), Sarah Meuleman (Flanders, Belgium), Luna Miguel (Spain), Ursula Andkjær Olsen (Denmark), Vladimir Poleganov (Bulgaria), Ioana Pârvulescu (Romania), Ferenc Temesi (Hungary), Chiara Valerio (Italy). They will be joined by translators Sean Bye, Karen Kovacik, and Tess Lewis. For more information about the festival and full events listings, visit the New Literature from Europe Festival website. You’ll also find festival events featuring translators cross-listed on Translation on Tap in NYC. Enjoy the festival!

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