On 8 June at 22.00 ETV2 broadcast the conversation of David Lagercrantz and Mari Rebane that was originally held on Sunday 26 May at the Estonian Writers’ Union. You can watch the conversation again on the ETV2 website.
On Saturday 1 June, ETV2 22 broadcast their the talk of Julian Barnes and Jan Kaus, originally held at the Estonian Writers’ Union on Saturday 25 May. It can be watched on the website of ETV2.
The festival bustle has slowed down but the air is still full of emotions that should tide us over until the next year. Naturally, this was made possible by the contribution of many peoole and we wish to extend our heartfelt gratitude to them! International guests Narine Abgarjan, Julian Barnes, Mattias Berg, Inga Gaile, Philip … Continued
The first to be broadcast on the ETV2 channel on Saturday 1 June at 10 pm EEST is the talk of Julian Barnes and Jan Kaus, which originally took place on Saturday 25 May at the Estonian Writers’ Union. The talk of David Lagercrantz and Mari Rebane (originally held on Sunday 26 May) will be shown … Continued
This year’s festival has drawn to a close. The last day – and all other previous days – can be relived through Dmitri Kotjuh’s wonderful photos. Additionally, the recordings of ERR will soon be broadcast – more information to follow in a new post.
The programme on Saturday was substantial and Dmitri Kotjuh was there to diligently record it. Feast your eyes.
Here is another charming batch from Dmitri Kotjuh’s camera. Today is also the last day you can visit his photo exhibition at the Design and Architecture Gallery. We cannot recommend it enough!
Although the unfortunately timed maintenance of Flickr has somewhat prolonged the wait for this year’s photographic pleasure, we are now happy to show Dmitri Kotjuh’s brilliant images from the first two festival days. You are also warmly recommended to visit the Design and Architecture Gallery – the exhibition of Dmitri Kotjuh’s portraits from previous festivals … Continued
We are sad to announce that due to health reasons the talk of Czech author Denisa Prošková is cancelled. We apologise for any inconvenience and wish her a speedy recovery!
The Tallinn HeadRead literary festival kicks off with a preliminary event tonight at 5 pm at the National Library of Estonia, with the Estonian-English poetry evening Spores and Sparks. Festival guest Philip Gross talks about his Estonian roots and reads his poems, while Doris Kareva, one of the best known Estonian poets in the English-speaking … Continued