/ 11月24喬治市文學節 各國文藝學者來交流

5 July 2017

(檳城5日訊)主題Monsters&(Im)Mortals的2017年第7屆喬治市文學節(Georgetown Literary Festival),將從11月24日至26日在大華戲院舉行,屆時來自世界各國的作家、詩人及思想家,將通過他們的散文、詩歌、語言、漫畫和電影與大家交流。


/ George Town Festival shortlisted in London Book Fair Awards

13 February 2017

George Town Literary Festival is one of the three shortlisted nominees for the Literary Festival Award alongside India’s Bookaroo Trust – Festival of Children’s Literature and South Africa’s Open Book Festival.


/ George Literary Festival shortlisted for international award

11 February 2017

The George Town Literary Festival (GTLF), a Penang-based annual literary event, was named by the London Book Fair International Award as one of three shortlisted nominees for the Literary Festival Award.


/ Learning how to yearn

6 January 2017

The Welsh have a word that encapsulates a profound melancholy that spurs creativity, a longing for a possibly non-existent place — Hiraeth. GTLF 2016 writer, Tishani Doshi, reflects on this year’s festival theme.


/ A childhood spent around the world fuels his stories

22 December 2016

Scudamore, a graduate of Oxford and of the University of East Anglia, is the author of three critically-acclaimed novels, The Amnesia Clinic, Heliopolis and Wreaking. The author was recently in Malaysia as part of this year’s George Town Literary Festival, and also led a writer’s workshop at the British Council in Kuala Lumpur on Nov 22 and 23.


/ An ode to Hiraeth: George Town Literary Festival (GTLF) 2016

3 December 2016

In response to the recent events that appeared to threaten the ideal of a safe and harmonious home nation, this edition of GTLF explored the theme of ‘Hiraeth’, a Welsh term defined as ‘the longing for a homeland that is no longer there’.


/ George Town Literary Festival 2016 Highlights

2 December 2016

For its sixth incarnation this year, the George Town Literary Festival (GTLF) returned bigger and bolder, featuring over 60 writers, poets, performers, filmmakers and musicians from all over the world.


/ FIXI serves up bestselling transgendered Malaysian authors at double launch

2 December 2016

For its fifth year at the festival FIXI brought over new releases from Regina Ibrahim and Julya Oui — both male to female transgender authors and trans right advocates. Regina pushed her fifth overall publication, Delima, while Julya Oui showcased her third collection of short stories for FIXI, Them Horrors Be Everywhere.


/ George Town Literary Festival – A fertile ground for convergence of writers and poets

30 November 2016

George Town has always been a fertile ground for the convergence of writers and poets. The spirit of creativity fostered by this gathering is both enriching and inspiring. The annual festival is a timely reminder of the importance of reading and the need for discourse.


/ George Town Literary Festival Partnership

30 November 2016

SA Writers Centre has partnered with the George Town Literary Festival, in Penang, Malaysia, to include an established South Australian writer on the 2016 GLTF festival program. This year, Manal Younus was the successful representative.