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EstLitFest – The Estonian Literature Festival – Day Two

14 April, 2018 @ 11:00 am - 11:00 pm

£6

As an extension of the London Book Fair, a weekend celebration of Estonian writing will be taking place at the EstLitFest (13 – 14 April 2018). This exciting event is part of the centenary celebrations of the Estonian Republic, Estonia 100, and will bring together some of the country’s finest writers and familiar faces from the UK for a festival of words, food, drink and live music.

Stories and songs | A family morning with Veronika Kivisilla

Meet the translators

Featuring Miriam McIlfatrick-Ksenofontov, Christopher Moseley, Adam Cullen

On Jaan Kross | Celebrating an Estonian icon

With Christopher MacLehose, Ian Thomson, Jaan Undusk

Estonian Vikings | The Northmen’s fury

With Marika Mägi, James Graham-Campbell and Mart Kuldkepp

What now, Europe? A future of nation states from Estonia’s perspective

With Mihkel Mutt, Tiina Intelmann and Rosie Goldsmith

Post-war lives | Kai Aareleid and Linda Grant

With Rosie Goldsmith

Russia, and Russian literature beyond its borders | Andrei Ivanov in conversation with Zinovy Zinik

Endlessly curious | Rein Raud and Tony White

Days of grace | Meet the Estonian master Doris Kareva

With Miriam McIlfatrcik, Philip Gross, Villu Veski and Tiit Kalluste

The dreamlike surrealism of Mehis Heinsaar

Adventurous accordions | The explorative folk of Rüüt

Closing party | Festival Chef Enn Tobreluts

Details

Date:
14 April, 2018
Time:
11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Cost:
£6
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Website:
http://estlit.ee/estlitfest2018/

Organiser

The Estonian Literature Centre
Phone:
+372 5283588; +372 5144666
Email:
estlit@estlit.ee
Website:
www.estlit.ee

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Underground / National Rail Station
Notting Hill Gate

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