The programme of the 6th Gathering of the Literary Industry is now released! Please visit our website for detailed information. After each event you will find a corresponding link for registration on tickettoaster! Or use this tickettoaster-link to book your tickets!
This year’s Gathering of the Literary Industry takes place from the 6th to the 8th of May. After two years of digital-only formats we are looking forward to welcoming you in person in Lettrétage (Veteranenstraße 21, 10119 Berlin). Particular events will be streamed as well. The 6th edition of our annual exchange and networking event for literary professionals in Berlin is dedicated to the topic “Team Spirit. Networks, Collectives, Groups” – a topic made more relevant than ever by the pandemic.
Together we will have workshops, talks and panels to find out: What forms of literary collaboration exist? Which possibilities do they offer? Where does rivalry occur? When should we cooperate and when should we choose an individual strategy? We are especially happy to provide several events in English language to include the perspective of the international community in Berlin. The days will be rounded off with artistic contributions and drinks – the perfect opportunity to network!
Please note: Registration for events with a limited number of participants is subject to a deposit of €5 which will be refunded in full at the Gathering. If you have any questions concerning the ticket reservation or the programme, please contact us: email@example.com
We are excited to meet you at the 6th Gathering of the Literary Industry!
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Since 2016 the Gathering of the Literary Industry assembles solo self-employed literary professionals to discuss current topics and political developments of the literary scene in Berlin. This event is organised by Lettrétage e.V. as part of the project “schreiben&leben”. It is supported by the Senate Department of Culture and Europe as well as the European Regional Development Fund.