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DAYS OF POETRY AND WINE INTERNATIONAL POETRY FESTIVAL 2013

Posted in Jenny Tunedal, Joachim Sartorius, Josip Osti, Nico Bleutge, Yang Lian, Zvonko Maković by lyrikline on 19. August 2013

Days Poetry WinePtuj, Slovenia, August 21st to 25th 2013
In seventeen years, Days of Poetry and Wine festival brought to Slovenia over 400 poets from all over the world.

In 2010 it found its domicile in Ptuj, where it continues the tradition of great evening readings, concerts and meetings with poets, translators, musicians, actors, storytellers, performers, wine producers and other lovers of poetry, wine and warm summer evenings under the stars.

These year’s guests include Yang Lian (China), Michel Deguy (France), Josip Osti (Slovenia), Zvonko Maković (Croatia), Jenny Tunedal (Sweden), Joachim Sartorius (Germany) and Nico Bleutge (Germany) as well as more than 20 outstanding poetic voices from all over the world.

We invite you to take a closer look at the programme and the growing archive of world poetry in translation: http://www.versoteque.com/en/2013/

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lyrikline.org partner meeting @ poesiefestival berlin 2011

The 12th poesiefestival berlin from 17 to 24 June 2011 will be exploring landscapes of words, sounds and music. On June 19, the international partners of the lyrikline network will come together to exchange experiences and to focus on the next steps of development.
We expect partners from Belgium, Belarus, Catalonia, China, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Makedonia, The Netherlands, Portugal, Québec/Canada, Russia, Sweden, Serbia and  Slovenia.

For the fourth time, the festival will take place in cooperation with the Academy of the Arts, and will be held right by the Brandenburg Gate this year.  It will be featuring such stars of the international poetry scene as Marcel Beyer (Germany), Yves Bonnefoy (France) and Billy Collins (USA), the Cuban songwriter Silvio Rodríguez, actor, singer and violinist Iva Bittová (Czech Republic), and writer and singer-songwriter Peter Licht (Germany) – and many more.

An entire day will be devoted to the poets of the revolutions from Bahrain, Egypt, Tunisia, Libya and Lebanon. The translation workshop ‘VERSschmuggel’ will feature poets from France and Germany. e.poesie will be exploring the relationships between contemporary poetry and electronic music.

Find the full programme of poesiefestival berlin 2011 here: www.literaturwerkstatt.org

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Das 12. poesiefestival berlin durchforscht vom 17. – 24.6.2011 Landschaften aus Wort, Ton und Musik. In diesem Rahmen kommen am 19.6. wieder einmal die Partner des internationalen Netzwerkes von lyrikline.org zusammen, um weitere Schritte und Projekte zu planen und Erfahrungen auszutauschen. Mit dabei sind Partner aus Belgien, Belarus, China, Dänemark, Estland, Katalonien, Kroatien, Makedonien, Niederlande, Portugal, Québec/Kanada, Russland, Schweden, Serbien, Slowenien u.a.

Das poesiefestival berlin findet zum vierten Mal in Kooperation mit der Akademie der Künste statt, dieses Jahr direkt am Brandenburger Tor. Mit dabei sind internationale Stars der Poesie wie Marcel Beyer (Deutschland), Yves Bonnefoy (Frankreich) und Billy Collins (USA), der kubanische Liedermacher Silvio Rodríguez, die Sängerin und Violinistin Iva Bittová (Tschechien), sowie der Autor und Singer-Songwriter Peter Licht (Deutschland) u.v.a.

Ein ganzer Tag widmet sich den dichtenden Tongebern der Revolutionen aus Bahrain, Ägypten, Tunesien, Libyen und Libanon. Der diesjährige Übersetzungsworkshop „VERSschmuggel“ gilt Dichtern aus Frankreich und Deutschland. Zeitgenössische Poesie und elektronische Musik bringt e.poesie in Relation.

Das Programm des poesiefestival berlin 2011: www.literaturwerkstatt.org

lyrikline.org poets @ poesiefestival berlin 2011: Konstantin Ames, Marcel Beyer, Nico Bleutge, Nora Bossong, Tsead Bruinja, Arno Calleja, Ulrike Draesner, Ricardo Domeneck, Eduard Escoffet, Daniel Falb, Eugen Gomringer, Dieter M. Gräf, Hendrik Jackson, Jazra Khaleed, KIM HyeSoon, Ursula Krechel, Björn Kuhligk, Zvonko Makovic, Thomas Möhlmann, Nikola Madzirov, Maryia Martysevich, Gregor Podlogar, Marion Poschmann, Ulrike Almut Sandig, Kathrin Schmidt, Sabine Scho, Tom Schulz, Sjón, Ulf Stolterfoht, Ron Winkler, Uljana Wolf, Judith Zander

In retrospect: 10 Years Anniversary in Zagreb, CROATIA

Posted in Autoren / poets, Branko Maleš, Sibila Petlevski, Sonja Manojlović, Zvonko Maković by Heiko Strunk on 25. September 2009

During the year 2009 there have been several international events organised by the international partners of lyrikline.org within the 10 Years Anniversary.lyrikline.org in Zagreb

On 17.04.2009, our Croatian partner, the Croatian PEN center, presented a new edition of Six Croatian poets on lyrikline.org. All six poets were present at this event: Branko Maleš, Sonja Manojlović, Zvonimir Mrkonjić, Sibila Petlevski, Delimir Rešicki, Andriana Škunca.

Maleš, Petlevski and Manojlović also read during the evening at the library Knjižnica i čitaonica Bogdan Ogrizović which was hosted by Thomas Wohlfahrt (Berlin) and Zvonko Maković (Zagreb) and was supported by the Goethe Insitute Croatia.


Branko Maleš on lyrikline.org
Sonja Manojlović on lyrikline.org
Zvonimir Mrkonjić on lyrikline.org
Sibila Petlevski on lyrikline.org
Delimir Rešicki on lyrikline.org
Andriana Škunca on lyrikline.org
Zvonko Maković on lyrikline.org