Monday Salon with Rory Maclean
Rory Maclean, ‘one of Britain’s most expressive and adventurous travel writers’ and author of more than a dozen books, including recent bestseller Berlin: Imagine A City, is returning to Berlin this summer. (more…)
Monday Salon with Irenosen Okojie
“A liberatingly odd, seductive and fearless talent.” — Laline Paull
We’re delighted that Irenosen Okojie, award-winning novelist, short story writer and judge of this year’s 2017 Berlin Writing Prize, will be joining us in the German capital this September. (more…)
Thursday Salon with Ryan Van Winkle
RYAN VAN WINKLE, poet extraordinaire and joyous performer, will be joining us from Edinburgh on Thursday 4th May at 7pm for an intimate gathering in the cellar bar and library of Berlin’s Circus Hostel. (more…)
April 22nd – Freeman’s #3 “Home”
SAVVY Contemporary, silent green and The Reader Berlin are delighted to welcome back John Freeman for the third “strikingly international” (Boston Globe) issue of his magazine Freeman’s. Focussing on the question what makes home, the new issue of the acclaimed anthology spotlights never-before-published stories, essays, and poetry by Edwidge Danticat, Herta Müller, Juan Gabriel Vásquez, Gregory Pardlo, Kay Ryan, Aleksandar Hemon, and many more. (more…)
Goodbye 2016 and thanks for …everything?!
While this year has been a fairly mixed bag, all is not lost. Join us on Wednesday, December 7th for the literary party to end all literary parties. Because there will always be books!
Hosted by Fiction Canteen, The Reader, SAND Journal and Best Small Fictions, the party will be taking place at Wedding’s Alte Kantine from 7:30pm. (more…)
Sunday Salon #6: The Devil’s Library with Tom Pugh
This November 20th, Berlin’s own Tom Pugh will be joining us at Galander, Kreuzberg, where the candlelight ushers you in and the whiskey urges you to linger. Tom will be reading from his debut novel ‘The Devil’s Library’ (Crux Press, 2016) which follows two sixteenth-century adventurers on their quest to obtain ancient, heretical texts. (more…)