Features - Literary Review
well read - Ubud Writers & Readers Festival
Writers from around the world will gather in Bali from October 6–10 for the Ubud Writers & Readers Festival, a premier literary event in celebration of stories and voices.
well read - The National Book Festival
Now in its tenth year, the National Book Festival, organised by the Library of Congress, is held on September 25 at the National Mall in Washington, DC, to celebrate the joy of reading.
Articles - Literary Review
well read - New York Book Festival
As Qatar Airways celebrates its third anniversary of flights to New York this month, the New York Book Festival celebrates books worthy of greater attention in the world’s publishing capital with an annual competition and festival.
well read - The Word Festival
The Word Festival is one of Scotland’s most vibrant literary events. Celebrating its Scottish roots but with an international flavour, the festival hosts over 80 diverse events throughout the weekend of May 14-16.
well read - The Stratford- upon-Avon Literary Festival
From April 25 to May 3
the Stratford-upon-Avon Literary Festival opens its doors to the public, showing people how much fun it can be
to simply pick up a book and read.
well read - The 2010 Man Hong Kong International Literary Festival
Playing host to 80 authors from March 11-19, The 2010 Man Hong Kong International Literary Festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary with some of the book world’s biggest names.
well read - The 19th New Delhi Book
The 19th New Delhi Book fair takes place at Pragati Maidan, the city’s premier exhibition site, from January 30 to February 7. Many of India’s 20,000 publishers will be represented alongside overseas publishers. Some one million visitors are expected to attend this must-see for all book-lovers.
well read - Galle Literary Festival
Harper’s Bazaar voted it ‘No. 1 Literary Festival in the world’. The Guardian included it amongst its top ten winter breaks of last year. So does the Galle Literary Festival live up to its hype? For those easily seduced by paradise isles and exotic stories, there can only be one answer.
well read - 53rd Beirut Book Fair
Appointed World Book Capital for 2009, Beirut hosts the 53rd Annual Arab Book Fair in December. Here we look at the work of two new Arab authors, and the collaboration with the Hay Festival.
THE UNITED KINGDOM-BASED HAY FESTIVAL has evolved into an international celebration of literature, including Beirut39 – a four-day festival in April 2010 to celebrate 39 Arab authors younger than 40.