Features - Literary Review
well read - Cape Town Book Fair
Guaranteed to entice all bookworms, the Cape Town Book Fair takes place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) June 15-17.
well read - Asia House Festival of Asian Literature
The Asia House Festival of Asian Literature – the first and only festival in the UK dedicated to the celebration of pan-Asian writing – runs from May 15 to 30 in London.
Articles - Literary Review
well read - Houston Indie Book Festival
Head outdoors to the Houston Indie Book Festival at Menil Park on Saturday, April 14. This free event is a day-long celebration for book-lovers of all ages.
well read - The Sunday Times Oxford Literary Festival
The Sunday Times Oxford Literary Festival returns from March 24 to April 1, with an exceptional line-up of writers, authors, and scholars bringing some of the world’s best speakers to Oxford’s historic venues.
well read - Karachi Literature Festival
The annual two-day Karachi Literature Festival, held on February 11-12, celebrates Pakistani and international authors with numerous events open to all.
well read - Galle Literary Festival 2012
The sixth edition of the Galle Literary Festival comes to the historic Galle Fort in Sri Lanka from January 18 to 22 with a programme of events to delight and entertain.
well read - Doha International Book Fair
The annual Doha International Book Fair takes over Doha Exhibition Center for ten days in December as authors, publishers, and visitors celebrate the written word.
well read - London History Festival
History is brought to life from November 14 to 24, when the London History Festival comes to Kensington and Chelsea to educate and enthrall book lovers and history buffs alike.
well read - Frankfurt Book Fair ‘Fabulous Iceland’
Each year in October, the great minds of literature meet and exchange ideas at the Frankfurt Book Fair; and from October 15 to 16 the book fair throws its doors open to the public.
well read - Open Book Festival 2011
Book-lovers head to Cape Town this month for the Open Book Festival, held September 21-25, for five days of events and discussions on all things literature.