These blog posts offer an insight into some of the projects that we’ve supported and how the British Council works with literature, including interviews with writers, diaries from international visits, and reflections on completed or on-going projects. The opinions expressed in the blog are those of the authors.
The launch of a new anthology of Burmese writing called Hidden Words, Hidden Worlds.
A new project is bringing poetry to audiences across China as they travel on the metro!
Matt Beavers reports back on the major new BBC Poetry Festival in Hull
Listen to our latest podcast, in which presenter Georgina Godwin talks to some of the writers and organisers involved in this year's Small Wonder Short Story Festival.
British Council is delighted to be international partner of the Sunday Times/Peters Fraser + Dunlop Young Writer of the Year Award, in association with the University of Warwick
Swithun Cooper on a selection of new non-fiction books taking aim at the mistakes of the past and the problems of the present
We caught up with Helen Klonaris ahead of her time in Charleston as the third British Council International Writer in Residence at Small Wonder Festival.
British Council is pleased to be supporting an exciting new prize to recognise and promote the importance of literature in translation. Read on to find out how you can apply for the first EBRD Literature Prize.
Poet, editor and academic Richard Georges introduces the literature scene in his home in the British Virgin Islands.
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