On September 7, the 22nd international literature festival berlin opened with a festive event in attendance of the public and hundreds of guests of honor from politics and culture. Prior to the welcoming speeches, the event started with a musical performance by the Ukrainian bandurist Hanna Rabenko. This was followed
The international literature festival Berlin (ilb) calls on all individuals, institutions, schools and media outlets that care about justice and freedom to participate in a worldwide reading of selected poems and other texts in support of Ashraf Fayadh, on 14 January 2016. Ashraf Fayadh, a 35 year-old Palestinian poet and
International Children’s and Young Adult Literature presents a wide range of readings and workshops. Young readers are presented with creatively and thematically unusual and courageous positions in international children’s and young adult literature. You can view or download this year’s program as a PDF under the following link.
Here you can find the web version of this year’s program booklet.
Weather Stations is an international project that placed literature and storytelling at the heart of discussions about climate change. Five partners in Berlin, Dublin, London, Melbourne and Warsaw each worked with a Writer in Residence to explore together how literature can inspire new ways of living in the context of the most