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On Sunday 20th August, at 8.00pm at Blitz, 68 Triq Santa Luċija, Valletta, journalist Ramona Depares will moderate a roundtable discussion in English about “High Literature / Pop Culture,” with the participation of writers Immanuel Mifsud, Arvis Viguls and Asja Bakić.

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Live music on Friday will be provided by the duo made up of John Bartolo on drums and Jimmy Bartolo, who plays on Brikkuni’s latest album, on guitar.

During the readings on Friday (8.00pm – 11.00pm), children are being invited to attend an open workshop in Maltese and English on story writing and building papier-mâché models for festivals and other outdoor activities.

This third and final evening also features the screening of “Off the Trail” (2015) by Jacob Cartwright and Nick Jordan, winner of the 2016 ZEBRA Prize for the Best Poetry Film, donated by the Haus für Poesie.

The film is based on the poem “Endless streams and mountains” by Gary Snyder and will be introduced by Noel Tanti.

This is an important agreement because it offers concrete support in terms of training and financial resources to three editions of this independent festival and allows Inizjamed to plan ahead with peace of mind.

The Festival is also part of the Literary Europe Live platform funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union and managed by Literature Across Frontiers.

On Saturday 26 at 7.00pm, again at Fort St Elmo, the Festival is hosting a session called “Speed Dating: Face to face with Literatures in Europe”, in which representatives from European literary organizations and institutions have 5 minutes to share information about opportunities in the field of literature and publishing with those who visit their stand.

After the bell rings, the audience has to move to a different stand.

Thursday 24th August The writers reading on Thursday 24th August are the Maltese poet based in London, John Aquilina, whose debut book of poetry won the National Book Prize; Tunisian poet and performer Lilia Ben Romdhane who writes in the Tunisian dialect; poet Gjoko Zdraveski from the Republic of Macedonia; and Maltese novelist Alfred Sant, who will be interviewed by writer and translator Mark Vella.

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