The Finnegan's List asks for Schwob titles
Are the names of Melpo Axioti, Knud Sønderby and Marek Hłasko familiar to you? If not – which is probably the case for most of us – on October 29, 2014, there was an opportunity to change that.
Three contemporary authors from Finnegan’s List…
- chrissopoulos, finneganslist, grunberg, grøndahl
The three Peters of Hungarian Literature?
What has been discussed in Krakow
Who are the three Peters of Hungarian literature? What is a dinosaur doing on the banks of the Danube? Why is it important to steal books and to read Playboy from time to time? Would Dostoevsky use Twitter? Finnegan’s List jury members Dimitri…
- adamesteanu, dragomán, finneganslist, krakow, verhulst
Mr Schwob visits Kraków
On October 21, 2014, three exceptional writers from Finnegan’s List juries past and present – Gabriela Adameşteanu, Dimitri Verhulst & György Dragomán – will speak at the Conrad Festival about their favourite classics. The event will…
- ademasteanu, dragoman, finneganslist, krakow, verhulst
Eastern European Writers about their Forgotten War
A war still visible in classical literature
On March 14, 2014, at the Leipziger Buchmesse, Alida Bremer and Martin Pollack organised an event entitled “The Forgotten War”, a discussion between the authors Yuri Andrukhovych (Ukraine), György Spiró (Hungary), Vera Dzyadok (Belarus)…
- finneganslist, leipzig
The Finnegan’s List 2014
Have you ever wondered what your favourite authors are reading?
Some of the most highly respected names in European literature have again chosen their pick of under-translated works for Finnegan’s List.
Europe in Translation
Schwob / Finnegan’s List at the 13th International Literaturfestival Berlin
On September 10 three writers present their suggestions for translation at a Schwob / Finnegan’s List event in Berlin. The Dutch author Arnon Grunberg, Oya Baydar from Turkey and the Croatian writer Roman Simić talk about the Polish author Marek…
- baydar, finneganslist, grunberg, simić
Schwob / Finnegan’s List in Marseille
A New Schwob / FL Event on October 20
Marseille-Provence is one of the European Capitals of Culture in 2013. The French harbour on the Mediterranean will host the second Schwob/Finnegan’s List event, a top-notch literary talk with Israeli writer Etgar Keret, Christos Chryssopoulos…
- finneganslist, marseille