“Literaturfest Kleinwalsertal” / Vorarlberg 2017

29.09. - 30.09.2017; Vorarlberg. Literaturfest Kleinwalsertal. For the first time, international and regional authors read under the motto “to set out” at different places in Kleinwalsertal....

“BUCH WIEN and reading Festival” / Wien 2018

07.11. – 11.11.2018; Wien. This autumn a torrent of literary diversity gets unleashed and heads directly towards Vienna where it will open up new worlds...

“BUCH WIEN 19” / Wien

06.11.2019 - 10.11.2019; Wien. Stock up on reading supplies for 2020, go autograph hunting and attend the readings of your favourite authors: all this is...

“Nextcomic Festival – Role Models 2020” / OÖ Kulturquartier, Linz

> cancelled < 12.03.2020 - 21.03.2020; Linz. Nextcomic-Festival – Comics for all. All for Comics. Comics and graphic literature will be the subject of an entire festival...

“grazERZÄHLT” Storytellingfestival, Graz

24.05.2019 - 23.06.2019; Graz Folke Tegetthoff's International Storytelling Festival stops by in Graz. Tell, listen and be heard. This is the aim of the international storytelling...

Wir sind lesenswert / Café Kork, Graz

08.11.2020. Two students from Graz - Lisa and Tamara - have initiated a reading competition that will culminate...

Out of Joint / Literaturhaus Graz

October 2020. A lot of fresh Austrian literature awaits readers in October. There are new books by Irene...

“Europa der Muttersprachen 2017: Ukraine” / Salzburg

19.04. – 30.07.2017; Salzburg. Europa der Muttersprachen 2017: Ukraine. Based on an idea by the head of the Literaturhaus, Thomas Friedman, this festival has been organized...

“Feldkirchner Lyrikpreis 2018” / Theater am Saumarkt Feldkirch

09.11. – 11.11.2018; Vorarlberg. Theater am Saumarkt celebrates the art of poetry! The Theater am Saumarkt celebrates the art of poetry with the Lyrikpreis Feldkirch (Feldkirch...

“The Book of Opritschnik” / Literaturhaus Salzburg

09.05.2019 - 09.08.2019; Salzburg Satirical Anti-Utopia: Vladimir Sorokin's novel takes a look at Russia's uncanny future. What do medieval Russia and 2027 have in common? In...

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