How Catalonia inspired international writers, from civil war to a Latin American literature hub
Great names such as Orwell, Hemingway, Gellhorn, Bolaño, and García Márquez have spent periods of their lives in and around Barcelona
Inspirational writers finding inspiration in Catalonia
PODCAST: Orwell, the Civil War and more – homage to writers who made Catalonia home
Poets, novelists and journalists from around the world have been drawn by war, refuge and adventure
Centuries-old rarities on offer at 69th Old and Modern Second-Hand Book Fair
Collector’s items and bargains to be found at free event on Barcelona’s Passeig de Gràcia
Catalan writer Irene Solà wins 2020 EU Prize for Literature
Author is one of 13 awardees for 'Canto jo i la muntanya balla'
Online meetings and downloadable signatures: writers’ alternative Sant Jordi
April 23 normally sees huge book sales and many in-person events, but authors are forced into creative different plans due to the lockdown
Kenyan writer and activist Ngugi wa Thiong'o wins Catalonia International Prize
He has been awarded for his "literary work and his defense of African languages"
Arts Santa Mònica opens new immersive exhibit on legendary singer Lluís Llach
Barcelona contemporary art venue will host exhibit celebrating half-century of musician's career until March 2020
NYT picks Catalan writer's stories among best fiction translated into English in 2019
Quim Monzó's 'El perquè de tot plegat' recognized by prestigious US newspaper, translated by Peter Bush as 'Why why why?'
Catalan writers in Brussels condemn ‘repression’ by Spain
Literary event moved to new venue after delegation employees receive “explicit” threats from Spanish authorities
Writers ‘amazed’ by reader response on Sant Jordi’s Day
Fans line up to meet their favorite authors on an “extraordinary” and “unique” day devoted to books
Barcelona and Catalan literature, guests of honour at the 2016 Warsaw Book Fair
Catalonia and Barcelona are guests of honour at the 2016 Warsaw Book Fair in the Polish capital. Catalan literature is to be represented by ten Catalan authors, who will attend the 6th edition of the book fair along with 800 booths representing 25 different countries. The Catalan presence at the book fair will consolidate existing relationships and create new ties with Polish literature circles as well as promote the translation of Catalan works into Polish. At the fair, Catalonia will be represented by a booth, a professional programme and a series of literary events. This year will be the 6th edition of the Warsaw Book Fair, which last year saw 860 exhibitors from 29 different countries, gathering up to 800 authors from around the world and more than 72,000 visitors.