This unique, searchable database contains profiles of some of the UK and Commonwealth's most important living writers, as well as writers from these regions whom we have worked with. Included in the profiles are biographies, bibliographies, critical reviews, and information about awards.
Our third Word of the Day blog from Mexico takes Romeo 'where no other Romeo has ever been before (at least in Spanish).' Read on for more insights into Shakespearean translation.
How do you translate the language of Shakespeare's 'The Tempest' into Spanish? Workshop attendees report back from Mexico in our second Word of the Day blog.
One of Myanmar's leading poets, Maung Day, will be writer in residence at Edge Hill University for two weeks in November and December. In this blog Lucas Stewart talks about Myanmar's place in South East Asia's burgeoning literary scene, and shares details of two exciting events with Maung Day, open to UK audiences in London and Liverpool
Our second British Council International Writer-in-Residence at Small Wonder Short Story Festival is Kagiso Lesego Molope. In this piece Kasigo reflects on the festival, her writing, the enduring influence of Virginia Woolf, and Charleston as 'the ideal set up for a writers’ festival'. Read on for more.