The third annual World Literature Weekend is almost here. From Friday 17 to Sunday 19 June, esteemed writers and translators from across the world are coming to Bloomsbury to participate in what is sure to be a brilliant festival.

Some events are already sold out and some of them only have a few tickets left. So if you want to see Cees Nooteboom in conversation with A.S. Byatt, Manuel Rivas’ talk on his new novel Books Burn Badly, Dutch poet Laureate Ramsey Nasr in conversation with Ruth Padel, leading Catalonian authors discussing their language and history, Javier Cercas discussing his books, a thrilling live translation with Shaun Whiteside, Mike Mitchell, Daniel Kehlmann and Daniel Hahn... among other events and talks, then book your tickets now.

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