Latvian children’s literature broadens its...

2019, April 23

Exciting stories of a Brave Dog, White Bear, Natural Scientist, Alien boy and kids at a hospital, have been translated into English,...

This Year's First Competition for Foreign...

2019, April 17

On April 15th, the Commission of experts gathered and assessed 14 applications from foreign publishers for publishing literary works of...

Latvian Poets at the European Poetry Festival in...

2019, April 11

This week, five Latvian poets are attending the European Poetry Festival in the UK and Ireland, with readings held in London, Norwich,...

Interview with Latvian Literary Agent Žanete...

2019, April 9

Žanete Vēvere-Pasqualini’s position in her field is rather unique – she is a government-employed literary agent. Alongside two...

Open call for translating Latvian Literature

2019, April 1

The Latvian Literature platform is announcing an OPEN CALL for translators, offering an opportunity to receive a grant for translating...

More translations of Latvian literature abroad

2019, March 27

Books of Latvian authors have been translated into Estonian, Finnish and Ukrainian languages. Inga Gaile’s “The Glass...

The London Book Fair Welcomes Delegation from...

2019, March 12

12th–14th March, the London Book Fair is taking place, and Latvian literature will be represented with a national exhibition stand for...

Classic and contemporary Latvian literature...

2019, March 4

Works of four Latvian authors are now available in English, Bulgarian and Hungarian. It is safe to say that Jānis...