Sit back, relax and read for three exciting days
We are an international celebration of reading and writing
Meet the authors and enjoy our open reading room
You are welcome to take part in talks, games, fun and relaxation
Our events at 31, Emilii Plater Street are open.
BRAND NEW DEAL?
Charles Kings discusses history of cities and the future of world politics.
SAT, 24th June, Noon, Auditorium Medium
AN ENGLISH PASSENGER
Mattew Kneale talks on languages and travels in search of Garden of Eden.
SAT, 24th June, 2 p.m., Auditorium Medium
GAME TIME: LIBRARY AT STAKE
Cheer authors and journalists giving their best in a charity basketball play-off.
SAT, 24th June, 3 p.m., Court
AN EVENING WITH A POET
Inua Ellams reads from his poems of migration, identity and the city.
SAT, 24th June, 6 p.m., Experimental Room
THE INSANE AND THE MELANCHOLY
Ece Temelkuran discusses repression and dissent in modern Turkey.
SAT, 24th June, 6 p.m., Auditorium Maximum
HYGGE. INTRODUCTION TO HAPPINESS
Marie Tourell Søderberg shares the art of leading a good life.
SUN, 25th June, Noon, Auditorium Mediu
LOVE IN THE TIME OF PARANOIA
Stefan Hertmans discusses feelings and trust in fear stricken Europe.
SUN, 25th June, 2 p.m., Auditorium Medium
HOW TO SURVIVE IN A POST-TRUTH WORLD?
Claire Armitstead considers truths of literature and the future of reading.
SUN, 25th June, 4 p.m., Auditorium Medium
CHEMISTRY OF DEATH
Bestselling author Simon Becket explains thrills behind the flesh and bone.
SUN, 25th June, 4 p.m., Auditorium Maximum
THE ANIMAL SPIRIT
Bernd Heinrich takes us through the mysteries of forest creatures.
SUN, 25th June, 6 p.m., Auditorium Medium
Laurie Penny talks burning issues of today and tomorrow.
SUN, 25th June, 6 p.m., Experimental Room