March 4-18, 2011

The Bookworm International Literary Festival is a unique celebration of literature and ideas in China, programming 100 events across three cities, connecting over 70 Chinese and international writers and thinkers.


26-30 Janauary

Instilling hope in the younger generation and working towards a better future, the GLF is certainly going beyond being just a literary festival.
March 5, 2010

Some very big names in there. We are looking forward to Su Tong, Peter Hessler, Linda Jaivin and Andrew Field.

See full list here
The 2010 Man Hong Kong International Literary Festival will be celebrated its tenth year anniversary in 2010 with some of the book world’s biggest names. The Literary Festival presents important and influential authors side by side with distinctive new writers; provides regional and local talents with access to an internationally recognized platform from which to introduce their work; and fosters an awareness of the variety and richness of writing from and about Asia. 24th Oct - 1st Nov 2009 today!

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The international Ubud Writers & Readers Festival is the major project of the Ubud-based Mudra Swari Saraswati Foundation. It was first conceived of by Janet De Neefe, co-founder of the Foundation, as a response to counteract the damaging effect of the first Bali bombing.

Somerset International Conference for Librarians and Teachers
Broadening Horizons: Living and Learning in a Changing World

Monday and Tuesday March 16-17, 2009
Conference Day: Monday March 16, 2009
Concurrent Workshops: Tuesday March 17, 2009
Garden International School - PTF Christmas Bazaar at the Garden International School, 16 Jalan Kiara 3, Off Jalan Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur from 8am to 3pm

Friday, 5 December 2008
ABWM (Association of British Women in Malaysia) Christmas Charity Bazaar at the Grand Ballroom, Nikko Hotel, Kuala Lumpur from 11am to 3 pm

Sunday, 23 November 2008
AAM (American Association of Malaysia) 2008 Annual Christmas Charity Bazaar at the Grand Ballroom, 10th Floor, Crown Princess Hotel, Kuala Lumpur from 10am to 2 pm

Wednesday, 19 November 2008
Alice Smith School Christmas Bazaar 2008 at the Alice Smith Primary School, Jalan Bellamy, Kuala Lumpur from 6pm to 9pm

Friday, 21 November 2008
MANZA (The Malaysian Australia New Zealand Association) Charity Christmas Bazaar 2008 at the Ballroom, Prince Hotel & Residence, Jalan Conlay, Kuala Lumpur from 10am to 2pm

Wednesday, 12 November 2008
Readings

Bookshop Events

Children's Showcase - 6 November 2008
Literary Festivals

The Second Mussoorie International Writers' Festival, hosted by Woodstock School, sponsored by the Winterline Foundation.

"Writing About Nature" is the primary theme of the 2008 festival, bringing together authors who focus on subjects such as conservation, climate change, wildlife and other environmental issues. In addition to nature writers we will also invite novelists, poets, dramatists, film-writers, editors and literary agents. The schedule of events will include five full days of public readings, panel discussions, media events, classroom visits and book signings. Many of these events will be open to the public.

As an added feature, Mussoorie Writers 2008 will also sponsor writers-in-residence throughout the year. Distinguished authors and translators will be invited to spend 2-6 weeks in Mussoorie working on specific literary projects.
2008 Ubud Writers & Readers Festival
The 2008 Ubud Writers & Readers Festival will take place from the 14-19 October. The theme of this year's Festival is Tri Hita Karana - the Balinese concept of balancing Man, Nature, God.

This annual celebration of international and Asian literature is centred in the small hill town of Ubud in Bali, Indonesia. Ubud is generally recognised as being one of the most important artistic and cultural centres in Indonesia.

The main program of the Festival comprises four days of panel sessions in which writers, journalists and academics discuss issues of society, religion, politics and culture from a literary perspective. These sessions take place at Indus Restaurant overlooking the Campuhan valley and a neighbouring venue, an old bank building nicknamed the ‘Left Bank Lounge'. Both venues are located on Jalan Raya Sanggingan, less than 5 minutes drive from the centre of Ubud.

The Festival also offers a wide range of writing related workshops for adults such as travel writing, writing for the media, editing and publishing, memoir writing, short story writing and novel writing. For convenience, workshops are held in venues close to the festival centre at Indus and the Left Bank Lounge.
Seeds of Time - Public Reading and Book Signing
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Saturday, July 26, 2008
2:00pm - 2:30pm
Borders @ Wheelock Place
#01-00 501 Orchard Road
Singapore, Singapore
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