The Spring edition of Literary Talks 2023 will be on March 30, 31 and April 1 in Goethe-Institut Bulgaria. As Literary Talks are held several times a year in a completely different format, their Spring version will be different from the Summer and Fall programme. In fact, Literary Talks Spring will be held for the first time. Choices is their theme and the three-day event will include more than 20 participants from various fields of art.
30 March –
1 April 2023Where?
Literary Talks is the title of the latest series of events by the Reading Sofia Foundation. They will be held several times a year with different guests, highlights, and in a variety of formats.
The first edition was in June 2022 at the Toplocentrala Centre for Contemporary Arts. The guest of honour was the Nobel Prize laureate Olga Tokarczuk. The first day saw her meeting with the Bulgarian audience alongside Georgi Gospodinov. The second day was a 7-hour collage of multiple events and various encounters with literature across the whole Toplocentrala Centre for Contemporary Arts.
The Fall edition of 2022 offered an international discussion themed “Literary 2022: Based on a True Story” and a literary quiz.
Reading Sofia is consistently working with discovery and understanding of different literary contexts and interesting interactions therein. Literary Talks are a continuation of the same tendency. A significant part of the Foundation’s activity is dedicated to the connection between literature and the other arts and sciences, as well as to how we can experience literature live, what form can literary events take. Taking this more performative approach is the programme of Literary Talks Spring 2023, themed “Choices”. The connection to the following political elections is obvious, but choices are literary embedded in the format of the event in late March.