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An author from Cambridge and an artist from Melbourne to be the new guests of the Literary Residency in Ulyanovsk

Irina Bogatyryova about her novel "Sogra", published in the "New World" magazine

DRAMAHOME: the online festival of text, theatre, dance, and music has been launched in Ulyanovsk

Stay home and read: Ulyanovsk libraries have joined the popular flash mob

Dmitry Sadovnikov's poem translated by Ulyanovsk poet Sergei Gogin will be presented in Nanjing and Slemani

Ulyanovsk writer Kir Lukovkin: "During the pandemic, we'll learn a lot about each other"

UNESCO Cities of Literature bring World Poetry Day into the home

A City as a Writer's Workplace: Open Call 2020

Libraries of Ulyanovsk offer to hand over waste paper to help the hospice

In Ulyanovsk the fashion designer presented a book collection of clothes

Results of the "Ulyanovsk UNESCO City of Literature" Programme for the first few years are presented

Poet David Howard about his work in Ulyanovsk on the Academy of New Zealand Literature website

“LIPKI” Young Writers Forum in Saint Petersburg announced the open call 2020

Ulyanovsk libraries have opened a free video creation course for young people

Irina Bogatyreva and Lydia Pekhtereva read their short stories at the Kora Festival in Moscow

The Book Palace invites you on tour to a unique place where books are kept

Kraków UNESCO City of Literature announces the 2020 call for applications of the International Residency Program for writers and translators

Tartu City of Literature International Residency Program for writers and translators. Open Call 2020

Translation workshop LitTransformer. Open Call 2020

Open call for writers for the annual NZ Young Writers Festival

2020 Bucheon Residency for writers and artists

Open Call 2020: Writer in the Park. The International Literary Residency in Ljubljana

The International Literary Residency in Ulyanovsk for writers and artists from the UNESCO Cities of Literature Network

New Zealand poet David Howard about his work in Ulyanovsk - the interview published in the American literary journal Cagibi

Writer‘s Residence in Reykjavík Dedicated to Children's Literature

Milan City of Literature Residency program for book operators

New generation libraries opened in Ulyanovsk

Moscow publishing house will release a book of the Ulyanovsk poet

Ulyanovsk authors will take part in workshops of the Moscow Writers' Union

Gala Uzryutova's play was presented in Stuttgart

UNESCO designates 66 new Creative Cities

New art object - literary bus - installed in Ulyanovsk

The UNESCO Creative Cities Space and the literary coworking were launched in Ulyanovsk

Poet Danila Nozdryakov became one of the winner of the Voloshin’s Literary Contest

Istanbul to host UNESCO Creative Cities Annual Conference in 2021

New Zealand poet David Howard will participate in the “Poetic Microphone”

David Howard from Dunedin became the second guest of the Ulyanovsk UNESCO City of Literature Residency Program

Ulyanovsk signed an agreement with a delegation from China on cooperation in the literature support

150 authors will take part in the International Young writers Forum in Ulyanovsk

Literary Tram 2019 in Ulyanovsk: photos and video

The city festival “Pushkin in U-city” will start in Ulyanovsk

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The Writer's Info Point newsletter for writers and readers launched in Ulyanovsk

Writers from Slovenia and New Zealand to be the first participants of the Ulyanovsk UNESCO City of Literature Residency Programme

The translation workshop LitTransformer in Lviv: open call 2019

Ulyanovsk to host the International Young Writers Forum: open call 2019

"Sand" poetry by Ulyanovsk authors was presented at the UNESCO Literature Cities' Marathon for World Poetry Day

International residences for writers in Ljubljana and Reykjavík